(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Boulder"

For 

REFERENCE 
use 
only 



M'C 

379.7*/*/ 
197/ 



FITCHBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Fl i'CHfaU^G, MAoS. 



Boulder 

71 




Table 



Introduction 4 

a 

Dedication 16 




Activities 85 



OA, S7'oe fearne<f some t£in<js 
afong t/ie way . . . 
. . . footing 



Mi Hill Y is- hi*, vu m ki J. v. itli and u >r our 1 1 is> m the true ~»pi n t < >f 
.i southern gentknun lor our class he has dedicated himself to 
guiding us. seeing to n thai things went ri^ht. taking up personally 
an\ slat, k that sin >\\i d its*. If 

There i> a saving that "behind every successful man there is a 
good woman \X'c un s.iv "Behind am great Jass is their sin 
cere advisor' sincere enough to he behind us everv step ot the 
wav, taking part in everything, giving us his rime, his energy and 
his ideas, anil doing it all with a warmness . f heart that revealed his 
deep involvement and his spirit, a heart that kept him mingling 
and darning at our first prom until the last couple had gone 
through the doors 



For this. Mr Vass. we show our appreciation 




21 




23 








'V £ 














31 



Library 



Within a materialistic society which encourages the accumulation of wealth, 
there is one type of treasure which we tend to disregard. Of this, there is an 
inexhaustible resource on the second floor of F.H.S. 

Behind our library doors stand shelves of books in which learned men have 
left worthwhile contributions to society. Throughout the day, the library stands 
open for students who wish to come and search the pages of its volumes or read 
the latest issue of a periodical. And though countless people draw upon its re- 
sources, the supply will not deplete. 



mm? 






j 

William J. Doo 
Librarian 





Mathematics Department 



Nicholas G. Ruberti 
Department Head 





Industrial Arts 
Department 

"Doing your own thing" may be 
an overworked cliche in today's 
world, but it is an appropriate one 
for our industrial arts department. 
Here the student becomes involved 
in projects of his own choosing, and, 
guided by the instructor, works on 
them at a pace best suited for him. It 
is in such a highly personalized at- 
mosphere that both Industrial Arts 
instructors and students excel. 




John S. Lucas 



Russell R. Cook 
Department Head 





Peter Hertel and William Michaels 




Peter A. Hertel 



Erkki Koutonen 



36 




Physical 
Education 
Department 



Because automation in today's 
society has become so widespread, 
a program of physical education is 
vital. The youth of today with all 
the luxuries their environment 
has to offer, finds very little need 
for physical exertion. Even walk- 
ing, the most common exercise, is 
less noticeable because of the use 
of escalators, automobiles, and el- 
evators. 

There is a slow moan among 
us as we arrive at our gym lockers 
and proceed to change into our 
gym clothes, but once we are par- 
ticipating wholly in a vigorous 
game of volleyball, basketball, or 
soccer, we find we are actually 
enjoying ourselves. 



J. Robert Paul 




Miss Elsie Studley 




Mrs. Lina Korpi 




Marco T. Landon 



37 




Boulder Staff 



Our yearbook began in the late spring of last year with a search 
for a theme. By the time autumn brought us to the shores of 
Gloucester and Rockport, the search had ended. For we saw some- 
thing of our class in the power and diversity of the sea. Perhaps it 
was here that we discovered the beauty of our class — the beauty of 
a unity attained through the unique contributions of each of its 
members. 

Yet, as one search ended, another began — and it continues. For 
the attempt to express that beauty should not end with this book. 







Quotations staff 

Richard ■cNamara 

Rosalyr/Levin 

Debbie Page 

Donna Morrily 

Sarah Ruosteoja 
"Joanne Perla-^>* 

Lee Cochrane 

Robin Seward 

Linda Pelletier 

David Haschig 

Norma Willirtgham 

Leeann Glenny 

Betty Richardson 
Margie Leger 

Diane Hanson 

Linda Reeves 

Vicky Holtz 

Patty Goode 




5gi° 
Tin son 
lltan 
lanie Maynard 
Pamela Huse 
Mark Caputi 
Helen Kane 
Janice Guinard 
Diane Begnoche 
Kathy Pappas 
Linda Pierce 
Bets^Klein 
"j^n Deery 




V 




i 



Dramatic Club 



With the newly incorporated Theatre Arts program, 
the Dramatic Club now has a means for expansion into 
fields of creative and interpretive acting. 

The dramatist can readily convey his message by 
projecting his feelings. In contact with the other actors, 
trained to abandon inhibitions, to translate his basic 
emotions into comparable body movements. 

The student feels a new kind of interdependcncv and 
trust in his colleagues, all intent upon completing the 
image . . . 

"I am a reflection — mirroring you." 

"I am a flower — flowers grow together and are 

beautiful." 

"I am a person — beautiful in the midst of other 
people as beautiful." 






Andrea and her nine giant dwarfs inspecting contents of the Tom-wat box. 



Red and Gray 

Each year the Red and Gray becomes progressively better due to the ef- 
forts of the qualified editorial staff, and faculty advisers. It never ceases to 
provide the students with well written essays and poems, student person- 
als, jokes, and interviews with alumni. 





Student Council President, Janet Hachey. 



"Giaquinto's got the cutest curls." 



Student Council 



During the past year our student council, under the competent 
leadership of Janet Hachey, has effected many meaningful and 
beneficial changes. Items such as the dress code, music in the caf- 
eteria, and open campus have been on the agenda at meetings. 
The members of this council have effectively represented their 
peers. 



President: Janet Hachey 
Vice-President: Wendy Collins 
Secretary: Kim Dickinson 
Treasurer: Dave LeBlanc 




"But I only said that 




I 



Music Department 



Saturday, 8:45 A.M. . . . white bucks . . . "Mr. Touch- 
down" ... I don't have the music . . . photo-copying 
. . . "Fanfare 2" sit on the edge of the chair . . . guide 
right . . . left foot . . . Sell those tickets . . . "Finian's 
Rainbow," "South Pacific," "Half-a-Sixpence." "Mame" 
. . . reach that note sopranos . . . concert at Cogshall 
Park . . . new Parkas . . . 



Carlton R. Thome 
Department Head 





'Lift your knees! Pass it down! 




'You're not going to believe this, but I can't move my hand. 




MAJORETTES: R. Edmond, D. Nasis, M. Woods, P. Huse, J. Romano, D. Farrell. 



It starts with practice. We try it, we frown, "Just not 
right." Do it again. We smile, "It's right!" A rally 
draws near. The nerves grow tense. We're on the stage. 
We smile, you smile. We shout, you shout. "We'll 
win!" Saturday morning's marching. The game's today. 



We're 



up 



for it. On the field. Run! Get the crowd 



going! It's started. — Fumble! They got it. We yell 



louder. "Get that ball!" Interception. 
Touchdown — We win. — 
It ends with victory. 



It's ours! 



1 » 4 MM.* 





It makes Saturday morning practice -worth it all. 



A rose among Thornes. 



59 




60 



Luck is what happens when opportunity meets with preparation. 





"How do you like the footwork, fellas?" 



Football 1970 



August . . . here we go again 
Grass drills on the practice field 
will soon become dirt drills . . . 
suffocating dust, sweltering heat. 
Affecting each of us the same 
We are one ... no one singled out. 
Making mistakes . . . learning . . . winning 
"You were lucky," some said . . . 
We worked hard to be lucky. 
Practicing in the rain ... we weren't 
sugar ... we didn't melt ... we 
wouldn't melt . . . down by fourteen points. 




65 





Front Row, L. to R.: T. Rousseau, G. Normandin, J. Kymalainen, W. Haimala, M. Fortin, D. Marsh, D. Wikinen. Back Row: Coach Koutenen, R. Dubois, M. 
Sciabarassi, R. Haaker, M. Mulloy, D. Cosgrove. 






Co-Captains, Marc and Werner 



For some the finish is everything. 




and never stopping. 



69 




Swim Team 



"Boom-kick-zoom," "Water Polo," "Turkeys and hotdogs," "No one gets 
sick on this team" (except the coach). Coach John Sultan has blended the teach- 
ings of an Ail-American, the learning processes of comparative novices, and the 
disliked timings, workouts, and chlorine into a compatible mixture of growth. 
Winning is not as important as improving, yet losing is not totally acceptable. 
In facing top-rated teams across the state, we are profitting by the maxim, 
"Man's reach should exceed his grasp," or as John puts it, "You'll never be a 
good team if you never compete against good teams." our win-loss record, suc- 
cessful or not, can never measure what we have learned about ourselves, others, 
and life. 




When I find the guy who splashed me 




Front Row, L. to R.: E Gariepy, M. Smith, D. Labelle, K. Caron. Second Row: B. Fletcher, J. Burgess, A. Savigio, P. Dauphinais, K. Edmonds, G. 
Lombardo Third Row: M. Bellio, J. Delibertis, D. Salomaki, G. Lundy, J. Koutonen, E. Morin, S. Richards, Coach Sultan. 




72 




74 



Hockey 



Experience with practices, hard work and costly in- 
juries. Fast skating . . . carefully aimed hockey pucks 
. . . a score and high sticks . . . confidence with a few 
wins after many losses. Happiness is a new civic center. 




First Row: D. Freeburg, G. LeBlanc, W. Haimila, R. Thomas, T. Morin, M. Shattuck, S. Porell, R. Smith, S. Canale, G. LaBell. Second Row: W. Crowley, P 
Clouthier, M. Mulloy, R. Haaker, D. McDermott, S. Ciccolini, P. Gagne, R. Gamache, J. Whitney, W. Pappas, D. Boudreau, R. Wotton. Third Row: J. DiBen 
detto, M. Sciabarrasi, P. Esposito, R. Therien, D. Wiinikainen, S. Johnson, J. Kymalainen, E. Gastonguay. 



"Oh brother, these dusty halls! Now I know why they call it "Indoor" track. 
These people must be crazy! I must be crazy! Running around like a madman, 
exercising and exercising. Some of these guys never stop. Look at those guys! 
. . . Freeburg, Marabello, and Alario, running and racing non-stop . . . And Le- 
Blanc ... he shoots out like a bullet! — nobody beats him the first thirty yards 
. . . Man — look at that McDermott jump — a new record at six-three . . . And 
there's Randy — he looks like he's hardly breathing — some guys go all out. I'll 
be glad when I hit those showers ... I think I'll run one more mile just for the 
heck of it . . ." 






What is he doing with that finish line? 



Who said Hop 5 



Girls' Varsity 
Basketball 



Practices in the gym for a whole thirty minutes . . . slippery 
sneakers . . . confidence . . . Debbie under the bucket . . . half-time 
oranges . . . coach's incentives . . . champagne dreams . . . 3-5-7-9- 
. . . flashes of red, faces and suits . . . Fitchburg High's first girls' 
varsity basketball team. 






An end to a means 




80 



I 



Junior-Senior Basketball 
Game 



Weeks ahead of the game, pride and a yearning to look good 
out on the court burn inside each Junior. The day tor dropping 
the small-talk and for truly proving oneself arrives. 




87 




Senior Reception 

Dinnertime at dusk . . . silly games . . . baseball 
amateurs . . . rock music complementing the cool Au- 
tumn air . . . cake eating contest . . . night slowly set- 
ting . . . happiness, oneness. 



Thanksgiving Dance 



Two points . . . two points . . . and a thousand dreams shattered. 
Yet, the inevitability of time dims the bitter memory of defeat. 
Let us cease pondering the day, the moment that was . . . laugh- 
ter, love . . . the Thanksgiving Dance. 




95 



Girls' Volleyball 

Nine bouncing, bubbling, bellowing, beauties, burn- 
ing up energy, belting a ball over a net. 



To the Class of 71 



We're off and running now, 

Each our separate way; some of us 

Marking the end of a formal education, 

Others just beginning, but, 

Behind us the proms, the parties, 

The ball games, the classes . . . 

If we've gotten to know each other better, 

Playing and working together — 

That's what counts. 

Now, grab your diploma and run, 

But someday, look through this book 

And discover . . . discover what these days 

Meant to you. 



^Ric/iarcf TffcDCamara, CPresiden/ 
Donafcf Jree&ury, U/ce CPres/den/ 
jfanice ^uinarcf, Secre/ary 
TlTarA C>apu(i\ Ureasurer 




JOSEPH ACKLES 

Chip hopes to become a business man, 
selling clothes to pretty girls. 

Golf 4; Ski Club 2, 4; D.E.C.A. 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Prize Speaking 4. 



MARC ADAMS 




Adam's apple . . . Apple jam . . . heavy 
blues. 



FRANCES MARY ADDORISIO 

"You coax the blues right out of the 
horn, Mame!" 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Jr. vs. Sr. Basketball 3, 4. 



If you're smiling at me, I will under 
stand . . . 




JOHN MICHAEL ADKISSON 

Even in a fierce game of hockey, John re- 
mains sociable, and may be distracted by 
a pretty girl in the stands. 



Senior Prom; Senior Reception 4; Junior- 
Senior relay 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 
Game 4. 



GARY PAUL AGNELLI 

Racing automobiles for fun is Aggie's 
idea of living provided there is time to 
hunt and surf. 



Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4. 





BRIAN DOUGLAS AHO 

Bear wrestling . . . elephant hunting . . . 
unorganized street hockey . . . oh, Brian 
is also a great dreamer . . . 

Football 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Booster 4, 
Relay 3, 4; Basketball Jr. vs. Sr. 3, 4. 




JANET LOUISE AKERS 

A soft smile and tender heart is her key to 
happiness . . . practical nursing is her fu- 
ture goal. 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Relay Committee 4. 







PAUL RAYMOND ALLAIRE 

"P. A." . . . quiet and unassuming . . . 
deeply interested in music, especially clas- 
sical and rock guitar. 

Baseball 3, 4; Senior Prom 4. 




ALFRED JOSEPH ALLEN 

Small in stature but powerful in word . . . 
Alfred's musical and dramatic talents re- 
flect his love for life. 

Chorus 3; Prize Speaking 2. 



RUTH ANNE ANDERSON 

Ruth, reserved, introspective ... we can 
only see her reflection in the delicate and 
elusive beauty of the flowers she loves. 

Booster Club 4; Senior Reception 4; 
Competitive Plays 3. 




That's about as 



PEGGY LOUISE ANGELINI 

Peg always has the time to give a sports 
score, sing or tell a story to her various 
friends . . . children, animals, fellow band 
members . . . 

Concert and Marching Bands 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2; Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Boulder 4; Competitive Plays 4. 




JOHN ANGELOPOLOUS 

Quiet and contemplative, John is a natu 
ral Dylan fan ... loves the beach . . 
plans include the U.S. Army. 



LAURENCE RENE ANTIL 

"To doubt is to think ... To think is to 
exist." Larry intends to broaden his expe- 
riences with foreign travtl and work with 
the emotionally disturbed. 

Dramatic Club 4; Debating 2; Junior Lit- 
erary Club 3. 




BRYON CARL ARAUJO 

To be stranded at Stratton . . . unequaled 
joy . . . Bryon's bright smile would dazzle 
the snowbunnies . . . 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Reception, Junior- 
Senior Relay. 




DENISE KAREN ARSENAULT 

Warm and exciting as a summer day, she 
even likes walking in the rain. 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 
4; Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; 
Relay Committee 3, 4. 




MARY HELEN ASSIMAKOPOULOS 

Mary seeks the natural and unique in art, 
animals . . . people. 

Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4. 




PATRICIA ANN AUBIN 

Good books should have waterproof 
pages, so that Patti could read them as she 
walks in the snow. 

Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 4, Senior 
Reception 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4. 



105 



JUDITH ANN AUNIO 



KAUKO HANNES AUNIO 



Judy maintains a creative interest in inte- 
rior decorating . . . loves literature and 
classical music. 



Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Recep- 
tion to the Faculty 4; Junior- Senior Relay 
3; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 3. 



"Happiness is not doing what you want 
to do, but liking what you have to do." 



Track 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Boulder 4; 
Red and Gray 3, 4. 




JAMES JUDE BABINEAU 

In skiing and in life, Jimmy skillfully 
overcomes the bumps and derives satisfac- 
tion from doing so. 




WILLIAM JOSEPH BABINEAU 

Sparkling water or powdered snow 
Bill skies on both. 



STEVEN LEO BACKHOLM 

Steve, a drummer with the ambition to 
own a music store ... is also an enthusi- 
astic outdoorsman. 

Marching Band 4; Thanksgiving Dance 
4; Senior Prom 4. 




MARYANNE BAGGIO 

"Today is the first day of the rest of my 
life." 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 
4; Volleyball 2, 3; Boulder 4; Junior Liter- 
ary Club 3. 



DEBRA ANNE BALDUCCI 

So caught up in cheering and cheerfulness 
and people, you might think she'd miss 
the sunrise ... but she doesn't. 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 
4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4; 
Boulder 4. 




gonna say! 



JOAN MARY BANAHAN 

Sweet and petite . . . common words for 
an uncommon personality. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; Proms 
3, 4; Red and Gray 3, 4; Junior Literary 
Club 3. 




ROBERT ERNEST BARRETT 

Bob . . . looking for the happy and free 
side of life . . . 

Booster Club 4; Junior Prom; Senior 
Prom; Homeroom Rep. 3. 



107 



WENDY ANN BARRETT 



THOMAS BARRIEAULT 



"Here comes the sun." 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 
4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 
4; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 3, 4: 
Boulder 4; Homeroom Representative 2, 

3. 



Tom . . . reliable . . . creative and inde- 
pendent by nature. 



RICHARD PAUL BASTIEN 

Dick . . . true to his word, his work, and 
his friends . . . 

Hockey 4: Thanksgiving Dance 4; Proms 
3, 4; Senior Reception to the Faculty 4; 
Junior-Senior Relay 4; Junior-Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 4. 




"What a day for a daydream!" 



DAVID LOUIS BEAUCHEMIN 

Dave's idols could be Mickey Mantle and 
Saint Joseph since he wishes to play pro 
baseball or become a carpenter. 

Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Facultv 4. 




JON RONALD BEAUREGARD 

Jon glides through life with the same dex- 
terity he displays in a hockey game. 

Baseball 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD L. BEDARD 

Going down that long lonesome highway 
. . . Ed's doing things his own way. 




DIANE MARIE BEGNOCHE 

A winning combination . . . Diane's at- 
tractive personality and peaceful soul. 

Pres. of Italian Club 4; Basketball 2, 4: 
Volleyball 2, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Boulder 4; 
Red and Gray 4. 




WILLIAM FRANK BELISLE 

Beasel loves "celebrating" — especially if 
it is after an exciting day at the dragstrip. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4. 




MICHAEL BELLIO 

Mike . . . casual manner . . . personable 
. . . an accomplished swimmer. 

Swimming 2, 3, 4. 




THOMAS RICHARD BELLIVEAU 

Tom hopes to make it professionally as a 
musician . . . well versed and deeply into 
the contemporary sounds. 



J 09 



ROBIN JOAN BENNETT 

Robin's ability to make people laugh will 
make the underprivileged the richest peo- 
ple in the world. 

Booster Club 4. 




JOHN TIMOTHY BENOIT 

"Benny's" witty philosophies arise from 
his talent for observation which also 
helps him spot prey in the woods and rare 
coins in his change. 



DAVID MARTIN BERGER 
"La Tierra esta La Notre" 




Let there be food, drink and merriment. 



DAVID ANDREW BERNARD 

Travelling around . . . tinkering with cars 
digging rock music . . . Dave relishes 
the experience called life. 

Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty. 




KENNETH ROLAND BERNARD 

Relay runner, Kingsmen drummer. Ken's 
mind is on sports as he searches for some 
furure plans. 

Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. 



SUSAN MARGARET BERNARD 

Sue, the little person with lots of energy 
. . . loves to be outdoors enjoying both 
winter and summer sports. 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; 
Junior-Senior Relay 3. 




DEBORAH JO-ANNE BERNDT 

Debby . . . quiet charm, delicate air of 
distinction . . . plans a future in medical 
research. 

Chorus 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Red and 
Gray 3, 4; Junior Literary Club 3. 




EILEEN BERNIER 

Perhaps Eileen's domestic interests and 
love for children tell us something about 
her future plans. 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4. 




RAYMOND FREDERICK BERUBE 

Discovering ... the grandeur of a cross 
country odyssey ... or the solitude of a 
quiet room. 

Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 4. 




GLENN FRANCIS BIZZOTTO 

Glenn's commitment of all his spare time 
to basketball reflects the sincerity of pur- 
pose he'll need to become an astronaut. 

Basketball 3, 4; Indoor Track 2; Track 2. 




ROBERT DOMINIC BIZZOTTO 



LINDA MARIE BLAIS 



"It really doesn't matter ... if he's wrong 
he's right . . . where he belongs he's right 
. . . where he belongs." 

Baseball 2, 3; Concert Band 2, 3; Boulder 
4; Competitive Plays 3. 



A flash of orange on the ski slope and she 
will be a ray of sunlight to the sick, help- 
less or lonely in her nursing career. 



Booster Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
D.E.C.A. 4; Thanksgiving Dance 3; 
Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulty 4. 



BRIAN ANTHONY BOIVIN 

Music . . . Mountain climbing . . . "It 
matters not how long we live, but how 
we live." 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4. 



PAULA ANN BOIVIN 

Music ... a walk along the beach 
soft inspiration. 

D.E.C.A. 4. 





JOSEPH KOZOU BOLDUC 

Singing to himself, Joe occasionally ex 
presses a subtle sense of humor and usual 
ly wears a smile to match. 

Baseball 2; Football 4; Junior-Senior Bas 
ketball Game 3. 




STEVEN JAMES BOOTH 

A friend ... a true friend ... a smile, a 
soft laugh . . . 




JOANN BOUCHARD 

Leaving the pressures behind ... a re- 
mote path ... a girl on a horse . . . 
Joann. 

Volleyball 3. 




PAUL BOUDREAU 

Paul meditates . . . harmony . . . music 
and people. 



Easy-going and friendly . . quiet and 
sensitive ... a person of distinctive char- 
acter. 




ROGER JOHN BOUDREAU 

Roger, rejecting the ordinary, finds tropi 
cal fish and rare coins intriguing. 

Junior Prom 3. 



113 




RONALD RENE BOUDREAU 

Don't be misled by his silence . . . excel- 
lence lies deep within. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior reception to the 
Faculty. 



■ 



■ 



t 



RHONDA LEE BOURQUE 

For Rhonda, the world is a playground 
... a ski slope ... a race track. 

Basketball 2, 3; Booster Club 2, 4; 
DEC. A. 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2. 




KENNETH LESTER BOUTWELL 

Though "Bouts" enjoys horseback riding, 
he intends to settle for disc jockeying in 
the future. 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4. 




A time for contemplation and concern. 





DAVID PAUL BROGNA 

A bouquet of flowers on his desk, strains 
of jazz filtering through the air as he 
settles down to the day's business. 

Senior Prom 4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2, 4. 




DONALD WILLIAM BROWN 

Don, a hard working member of our class 
enjoys skiing and swimming in his spare 
time . . . future plans include enlistment 
in the service. 




MARY PATRICIA BUCKLEY 

Mary's dreams lead her somewhere . . . 
over the rainbow . . . through mists of si- 
lence . . . 

Volleyball 4; Booster Club 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Senior Reception to the Faculty 
4. 




EILEEN JOYCE BURI.TON 

Eileen is always near when she's needed 
. . . Future patients will be glad of that. 




GEORGE WILLIAM BUTLER 

For George, a mixture ot vigour and vital- 
ity inspires a great love of the out-of- 
doors. 

Ski Club 3; Junior Prom 3. 



US 



ANDREA LESLIE CADWELL 

Andrea can weave into the intricate pat- 
terns of her poems all the beauty of white 
sails and blue water, and the excitement 
of speeding down the ski slopes. 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; 
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Red and Grey 3, 4; Prize Speaking 2. 




ROBIE CHARLES CALDWELL 

Robie finds bicycle riding and skiing ful- 
filling hobbies . . . hopes to be a comput- 
er technician. 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2. 




STEVEN JOHN CANALE 

When hysterical laughter rises above all 
other sounds, you know that Steve is 
around. 



Football 3, 4; Indoor Track 4; Tennis 3; 
Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Boys' State Del- 
egate. 



RICHARD THOMAS CANNAVINO 

An enthusiastically talkative and reliable 
veteran of Student Council, Dick should 
try politics . . . but he'd rather play hock- 
ey. 



Football 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 
4; Senior Reception 4; Boulder 4; Student 
Council 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 
3, Hockey Award 3. 



JUDITH EMILI CAPAODAGLI 

Pleasantly poised . . . walking softly in 
the sand . . . smiling . . . Judi 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4; Boulder 4. 




MARK JOSEPH CAPUTI 

Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, life is 
but a dream . . . 

Football 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3, 4; Junior 
Prom; Jr. Sr. Basketball Game 3, 4; 
Homeroom Rep. 2. 



Km 




NOELLA CARON 

Noella, a former member of the Joanettes, 
enjoys life through music. 




DIANE CARRESCIA 

It's not hard to understand Diane . 
look, a smile . . . and you're friends. 

Senior Prom 4. 




LORRAINE ALLYN CARTER 

Lori Allyn . . . sewing skiing listening 
. . . sensitive individual . . . winters and 
Woodstock . . . 

Basketball 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Booster 
Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior 
Reception to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 
4. 



117 



MARIA JOHANNA CASEY 

While munching on cracker-jacks, Maria 
sews or reads . . . it's too hard to eat and 
play the French horn at the same time. 

Basketball 2; Concert and Marching Band 
3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Senior Rrception to the 
Faculty 4; Junior-Senior basketball game 
3; Red and Gray 3, 4. 




STEPHEN PAUL CASTELLI 

Steve, communing with nature . . . bring 
us some of the green. Make us realize, and 
love. 

Indoor Track 2; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Home- 
room Representative 4. 



MARK JOHN CATALINI 

Mark keeps to himself — lets the marks 
on his Physics tests do the talking — be- 
sides, ice fishing and golf are one man ac- 
tivites. 

Golf 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 2. 




'If you could read my mind . 



CHARLES JOSEPH CHAMPAGNE 



Big 'C" there are no bounds to his in- 
dependent nature or zeal for racing. 



GREGORY RAE CHAPPELL 

Greg, flying towards new horizons 
new places and people to find. 



Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom; 
Senior Reception 4; Jr. vs. Sr. Relay 3, 4. 




DEBORAH ANN CHARETTE 

Talk with Deb ... she doesn't have to 
say much, her eyes tell it all. 

Ski Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Sen- 
ior Reception 4; Competitive Plays 4. 





PAULA CHENEY 



Paula sees 
man's face 
. . . gently. 



a seashore ... a young 
old and new experiences 



Cheerleader 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Junior Literary 
Club. 




MARILYN DOROTHY CLAYTON 

Perhaps someday you will fly the friendly 
skies of United . . . with Marilyn as your 
stewardess. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Relay Committee 
4; Booster Club 4. 




what a tale my thoughts would tell." 



mm 



LEE EVERETT COCHRANE 

After a day of rigorous outdoor activity, 
Lee enjoys sitting by the fireside and lis- 
tening to the music of Henry Mancini. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Boulder 4; Student Council 4; Junior 
Literary Club 3. 




i 



JANE MARIE COLLELLO 

Although a "blues" fan Jane doesn't have 
a "blue" outlook on life . . . always bub- 
bling, laughing, having fun 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Booster 
Club 4; Dramatic Club J; Junior Prom. 



119 



DANA LAWRENCE COLLINS 



WENDY SUSAN COLLINS 



Hey, Mister Music Man 
for me. 



song 



Concert and Marching Bands 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Central Dis- 
trict Chorus 3; Broadway Shows "Mame" 
and "Half a Sixpence" 3, 4. 



. . . Confidence, Clark-bound, college 
guys — Wendy's got it made. 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Junior and Senior 
Relay 3, 4; Boulder 4; Student Council 3, 
4; Junior Literary Club 3. 



V 



MARYELLEN MARIE COLON 

A smile on a youngster's face . . . the re- 
sult of Maryellen's cake decorating . . . 
it's all worthwhile. 




Monday morning blahs. 



DENISE MARIE COMEAU 

Sewing a new outfit . . . strolling along 
the beach . . . just talking . . . DeeDee 
ponders social work. 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulry 4; Relay Committee 3. 




RICHARD H. CONANT 

There's a kind of a hush ... a soft guitar 
. . . and a knowing smile. 



MAUREEN CON LEY 



Maureen 
sonality . 



. unassuming, buoyant per- 
a smile for everyone. 




CHARLES CONTAXES 

It's good to know there are people like 
Charlie who realize the value of true 
friendship. 

Baseball 2, 3; Booster Club 2, 3. 




CONSTANCE JOSEPHINE CORDIO 

Connie often taps her foot to the beat of 
a drum and bugle corps. Only the brave 
call her Constance. 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2; Booster 
Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Homeroom Representative 4. 




CYNTHIA LYNN COSGROVE 

Where you find . . . smiling youngsters 
... an unconcjuered ski slope . . 
conversation . . . you'll find Cin. 

Ski Club 3; Junior-Senior Relay 4. 




ARLENE ELIZABETH COTE 

Singing, smiling good-naturedly . . . 
"looking for fun and feeling groovy." 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Dramatic 
Club 3, 4; Proms 3, 4, Senior Reception 
to the Faculty 4. 



121 



RONALD PHILIP COURTEMANCHE 



COLLEEN PATRICIA CRAIG 



Skiing and drawing today ... art school 
tomorrow . . . Ron. 

D.E.C.A. 4. 



Colleen . . . listening to Simon and Gar- 
funkel ... on cool summer nights ... in 
the wilderness of Maine . . . 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 3; Booster Club 
4; Dramatic Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Sen- 
ior Reception to the Faculty 4; Relay 
Committee 3. 



I 



JANICE MARIE CRISTOFONO 

"I am you; you are me and you and she, 
and we are all together . . ." 




Soul and Strength . . . 



EDWARD FRANCIS CRONIN 

Ed defends his opinions with the same 
zeal and decisiveness he displays as an 
athlete. 

Football 2; Booster Club 4; Senior Prom; 
Jr. vs. Sr. Basketball Game 3. 




CHRISTINE CAROL CRYAN 

Horseback riding . . . skiing . . . outlets 
for a totally free spirit . . . Chris. 




GARY EMILE DAVID 

Gary is a realist, practical in his approach 
to problems, sensible in his relations with 
others. 

Ski Club 2, 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Re- 
ception to the Faculty 4; Junior- Senior 
Relay 4. 





123 




JOHN ANTHONY DeLIBERTIS 

Wet and wild, Deli. . . devilishly charm- 
ing his way out of trouble ... or just . . . 
charming. 

Swimming 2, 4; Booster Club Pres. 4; 
Spanish Club Pres. 4; Student Council 2, 
3, 4; Treasurer, Student Council 3. 




PAUL A. DELOGE 

You meet the nicest people on a Honda. 




MARY THERESA DelROSSI 

The world is her concern . . . she takes a 
stand. Silence will solve nothing . . . but 
Mary will. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior Prom; 
Senior Prom. 




"Sharpen those horns . . . pull in that sabre . . . shine that shield 




CHARLES DENNIS DEMAZURE 

Charlie, in addition to being an avid base- 
ball fan ... likes collecting things . . . 
coins . . . books . . . money! 




JUDITH ANN DEMCHUK 

Judy . . sympathetic and trusting . . . 
her deep brown eyes reflecting a dream 



SUSAN JANE DEMERS 

Among Sue's reasons for looking forward 
to a career as an airline stewardess are her 
love of travelling and her love for people. 

Basketball 4: Volleyball 3, 4; Booster 
Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Thanksgiv- 
ing Dance 4; Junior-Senior Relay. 




KENNETH RAYMOND DENIS 

Whether he's fishing in the summer or 
playing hockey in the winter, you'll see 
that Kenny is a sportsman for all seasons. 

Red and Gray 3, 4. 




JOHN JOSEPH DESJARLAIS 

Around the world in 80 days . 
sored by the American Legion. 



spon- 



Boulder 4; Red and Gray 3, 4; Prize 
Speaking 2, 3; Debating Club 2; Junior 
Literary Club. 




ke 



s again. 



RUSSELL DESJEAN 



A mischievous smile ... an itch for ac- 
tion . . . unpredictable Russ. 




i 



STEVEN ROLAND DESJEAN 

Dizzy loves speeding around in his black 
V.W., but when a mishap occurs, he just 
hates banging out the hood. 

Junior-Senior Relay 4; Junior- Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 4. 




DAVID PAUL DICK 

Bando's quiet personality characterizes his 
way of life . . . enjoys collecting postcards 
and watching sports. 




"A Thousand Clowns" 



KIM ELIZABETH DICKINSON 

If Kim doesn't ski straight down the 
mountain, it's only because she's found a 
friend. 

Cheerleader 3, 4; Boulder 4; Student 
Council 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 3. 




MICHAEL PAUL DiGERONIMO 

Deeg . . . selling his newspapers . . . giv- 
ing away his smiles . . . ought to succeed 
in business school. 

D.E.C.A. 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Sen- 
ior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 4; 
Booster Club 4. 



LINDA ANN DIONNE 

An advocate of brotherhood, peace and 
equality . . . Linda hopes for a position in 
the business world. 




BRUCE VINCENT DiPACE 

Talking in circles or dribbling circles 
around opponents . . . it's hard to tell 
what Bruce is thinking or where he is 
going. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4; Red 
and Gray 3, 4; Senior Reception 4; Boul- 
der. 




DEBBIE LOU DiTOMMASO 

For Deb, the road is long and winding, 
and leads to many doors. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basket- 
ball Game 3, 4; Red and Gray 3, 4. 




ELAINE MICHELE DONAGHY 

Elaine . . . soft-spoken . . . concerned . . . 
wants to enter a special education course 
so that she may teach the mentally retard- 
ed. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; 
Dramatic Club 2, 3; D.E.C.A. 4; Compet- 
itive Plays 3. 




THOMAS RICHARD DRAKE 

Hunting . . . archery . . . surfing ... for 
Tom, life is a glass filled to the brim. 

Ski Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Homeroom Representative 2. 



127 



ROBIN ANN DRISCOLL 

And the red, red Robin goes bob, bob, 
bobbing along. 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Home- 
room Representative 2, 4. 




LAURA JANE DUFRESNE 

Modern ... on the go ... concerned 
about society . . . and people. 



DAVID ALDEN DUNBAR 

Imaginative and personable ... an easy 
manner . . . enjoys woodworking and 
sports . . . future plans include military 
service. 

Basketball 2; Junior- Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 3, 4. 





Thrills and hopes reflected in faces. 



GARRY ERNEST DUPILL 

The way to a man's heart . . . culinary 
college . . . Gary's found his heart. 

Jr. vs. Sr. Basketball Game 3, 4; Junior 
Prom; Jr. vs. Sr. Relay 4. 




RUSSELL KENNETH DUPRE 

Russ . . . propulsion and percussion . . 
motorcycles, skis, and a snare drum. 

Junior Senior Basketball 3, 4; Junior Sen 
ior Relay 3, 4; Senior Reception to Facul 

7- 



DONNA MARIE DUPUIS 

Dee . . . singing . . . behind the scenes of 
"Mame" . . . developing her English 
skills . . . reaching out to people around 
the world. 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; Proms 
3, 4; Senior Reception to the Faculty 4; 
Red and Gray 4; Competitive Flays 4. 




SUSAN MARY DUSSAULT 

Lithe and lovely . . . always joking . . . 
singing to herself and smiling . . . Sue. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 
4; Relay Committee 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3, 4. 




MARY JANE DWYER 

Her clothing displays her unique taste 
and talent. 

Chorus 2; Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving 
Dance 4; Junior Prom. 




ROSALIE EMOND FOURNIER 

From swirls on the ice to twirls of her 
baton . . . Rosi makes heads spin. 

Majorette 4; Booster Club 4; Thanksgiv- 
ing Dance 4; Junior Prom. 




JACQUELYN EPSTEIN 

Jackie . . . quiet, petite ... yet possesses 
boundless energy and patience when it 
comes to helping a friend. 

Basketball 3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; Booster Club 
4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3, 4; Competitive Plays 2, 3, 4; 
Prize Speaking 3. 



■■■■ 



129 



BRIAN WALTER ERIKSON 

Trombone tones, the whoosh of skiis, the 
rhythm of a tennis game . . . important 
movements in the symphony of Brian's 
life. 

Concert and Marching Bands 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2, 3; Ski Club 4. 




BRUCE ALAN ERICKSON 

Music and tennis . . . these are often the 
subjects of Bruce's conversations. 

Tennis 2, 3, 4; Concert and Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Prize Speak- 
ing 2. 



KEVIN ILMARI ERKKILA 

Flash, a study in versatility, reflects an air 
of quiet self-confidence. 

Concert and Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2, 3, 4; Cast of "South Pacific," "Half 
a Sixpence," and "Mame"; Red and Gray 
3, 4; Camera Club 3. 






"Life is so short, so fast the lone hours fly 



WYGONDA ERSLAND 



Attractive and good-natured, Wygonda 
seeks the best things in life. 



SIRKKU HANNELE ESKELINEN 



True to her ancestors, Sirkku hikes and 
skiis cross country. 



Girls' Basketball 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Boulder 4: Red 
and Gray 4. 



LARRY JOHN EVANS 

Larry, somewhat of a wanderer . . . hopes 
to travel across the country someday . . . 

Booster Club 4. 





ANTHONY ROBERT FAIOLA 

Jovial Tony, wants to teach sixth graders 
because "they're old enough to put on 
their boots but too young to be wise." 

Booster Club 4; D.E.CA. 4; Thanksgiv- 
ing Dance 4; Senior Prom 4. 




MICHAEL THOMAS FALLON 

Mike ... a tall agile figure on the slopes 
. . . reflects a spirit of quiet self-satisfac- 



Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 




we ought to be together." 




JOSEPH ANTHONY FANTOZZI 

Joe's the kind of sensitive individual you 
might notice walking alone along the 
shore . . . that is if you're that kind of 
person too. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 4. 




MIKE FARRAR 

Mike finds enjoyment in tuning up cars 
or tuning in to Credence Clearwater Re- 
vival. 

Cross-Country 2; Track 2. 



131 




GLENN ALLEN FOSTER 

Grips his pool cue, his ski pole, and his 
stick shift all with equal dexterity . . . and 
hopes he will be as successful as an elec- 
trician. 

Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception 4; Jun- 
ior-Senior Relay 4. 




CAROL MARY FOUGERE 

Hair wet from an afternoon of swimming 
or skiing, Carol quickly puts her hair- 
dressing knowledge to work. 

Volleyball 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 




BRENDA FOUNTAIN 

New Jersey is the place to see. New Jer- 
sey's where she wants to be. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; D.E.C.A. 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Reception to the Faculty 4. 




As the honky-tonk piano belts out "Buffalo Gals 




ANN MARIE FRATTURELLI 

Ann's interests center around music. Iden- 
tify her with it . . . soft, charming, mov- 
ing. 

Chorus 4; Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 
3; Junior Prom 3; Boulder 4; Competitive 
Plays 3. 




DONALD NELS FREEBURG 
Free . . . 

Football 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Boulder 
4; Class Officer 3, 4. 



132 



I 





JUNE ELIZABETH GAGE 

Her face aglow with the reflection of the 
camp-fire . . . Junie often sits back and 
studies the shining stars. 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2; Junior 
Prom; Senior Reception to the Faculty. 




ambles up to the bar and 




LARRY DANIEL GALIPEAULT 

"Big Lar" . . . good-natured . . . always 
willing to lend a helping hand . . . enjoys 
taking aerial photos. 

Football 3; Thanksgiving Dance 3; Senior 
Reception 4; Senior Prom. 




DONALD JOSEPH GALLANT 

A reserved individual, Donny plans to 
continue his education at college. 

Senior Reception to the Faculty. 



133 




VINCENT RICHARD FARRELL 

Wild life . . . fish hooks . . . angry 
goalies — fortunately Big Vin can protect 
himself. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 
4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Reception to the Faculty 4. 




MALCOLM GORDON FARWELL 

Deeply involved in music, Malcolm be- 
comes involved in all things he likes . . . 
his moustache, painting, hockey. 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Senior Reception 4; District Band Con- 
cert Master. 




ROBYN FAULKNER 

Don't go skating with Robyn. Her warm 
smile will melt the ice — take her danc- 
ing. 

Dramatic Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Relay Committee 4; Red 
and Gray 4. 



1 




p 






A second glance ... a stare ... an interested look 





134 




RICHARD OWEN FITZPATRICK 

"Fitzy," one of our better intramural wres- 
tlers, looks forward to the social life at 
Mount Wachusett. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Intramural Wrestling 3, 
4; Ski Club 3, 4; Junior Prom, Senior 
Prom. 




WILLIAM THOMAS FORCIER 

Offering his candid opinions impulsively 
and energetically . . . Wilson. 





135 



JOSEPH WILLIAM GALLANT 

Joe, a talented auto-racer, hopes to enter 
the service as a mechanic. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4. 




GAIL ELLEN GALLON 

Flairs for fashion and talking . . . 
your eyes and listen . . . maybe 
draw you a picture . . . 



open 
she'll 



Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; 
Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3. 




"Ve have vays of making you talk." 



RICHARD GARIEPY 

Gaps . . . debonair . . 
and sports enthusiast 
the Navy. 



talented musician 
. plans a future in 




BARBARA ELLEN GATCHELL 

Don't be surprised to find Barb sitting on 
the beach, sewing away, even if it's win- 
ter. 

Volleyball 2, 3; Booster Club 4; Competi- 
tive Plays 3; Junior Prom; Sr. Reception 




DAVID ARTHUR GAUFFIN 

Whether the challenge be in a drag race 
or a game of pool . . . Dave meets it . . . 
but on his own terms. 

Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulty 4. 




KEVIN PAUL GENDRON 

Kevin, our outstanding center on the var- 
sity team, hopes to play college basketball 
while studying to be a pharmacist. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Represent- 
ative 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Basketball Game 3, 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Relay 3, 4. 




SUSAN ANGELA GHILARDI 

A girl of contrasting tastes . . . Sue enjoys 
the quiet beauty of nature while sailing, 
and the raucous atmosphere of a football 
game. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2, 3. 




'Pulverizing Paul," the world's most meticulous chicken eater. 




137 



LEEANN MICHELLE GLENNY 

In search of ghosts and excitement, 
Leeann explores grassy fields and sandy 
shores, snow covered mountains and 
haunted houses. 

Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; 
Junior-Senior Relay 3; Junior-Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 3 ; Boulder 4. 




CHESTER EDWARD GNOZA 

Conscientious Chet will unwrap you from 
around the tree and help find your miss- 
ing ski before continuing down the slope. 



RANDY GOERNER 

The sky is the limit for Randy's future 
plans . . . possibly a career in flying. 

Booster Club 4; German Club 3, 4; Cam- 
era Club 3. 



Jm 




A few moments of quiet thought. 



JINETTE MARIE GOGUEN 

Jinette . . . smiling amiably at the world 
. . . extends a helping hand . . . take it. 

Junior Prom 3. 




PATRICIA ANN GOODE 

Patti, intellectual but unpretentious . . . 
give her the beach and a few good books 
. . . and she'll be happy ... for awhile. 

Junior Literary Club 3; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 4; Boulder 4; Dramatic Club 
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4. 



WILLIAM CLAFLIN GOODWIN 

A big guy to carry a big tuba . . . but very 
dignified . . . especially when he's driving 
his Packard. 

Football 3; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 3, 4; Junior Prom 3. 



JAMES SIMMONDS GOSS 

If you don't know him well, you're miss- 
ing a very creative and imaginative per- 
sonality. 

Senior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4. 




STEPHEN PAUL GRANT 

A lover of the great out-of-doors . . . 
hunting, camping, traveling . . . basically 
. . . "Beeb". 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Reception 
to the Faculty 4. 





139 



JANICE ANN GUINARD 

Jan . . . like finding a mint leaf in a sun- 
shower. 

Class Officer 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Vol- 
leyball 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3, 4; Boulder 4. 




WILLIAM MICHAEL HAAPANEN 

Whether he's supporting his school at a 
sports event, or pursuing one of his 
hobbies, "Mike" isn't afraid to give a lit- 
tle of himself . . . plans a future in the 



Indoor Track 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Intramural 
Soccer 4. 



CYNTHIA GAIL HAAVISTO 

Whether skiing or swimming in the sun- 
shine, her personal sunshine wins her 
many friends. 

Volleyball 4; Senior Prom 4; Homeroom 
Representative 4. 




'Bonjour, ma petite fille." 



JANET ANN HACHEY 



Green 
horse 
run. 



fields . . . misty days . . . ride 
. . stop to talk . . . read a book . . 



Dramatic Club 2, 3; Junior-Senior Basket- 
ball Game 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Boulder 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Red 
and Gray 2, 3. 




LOLA ANN HAIMILA 

Lo . . . basking in the sun 
fried clams . . . cheerily. 



crunching 



Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Jun- 
ior Prom 3; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3; Junior-Sen- 
ior Basketball Game 3. 




WERNER ARNOLD HAIMILA 

Striving, reaching ... a cross country run- 
ner ... a sensitive human being. 

Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Relay 3, 4. 




JOANNE MARGARET HALEY 

. . . Thanksgiving cheers and tears ... a 
truly remarkable raider rooter. 

Volleyball 2, 3; Booster Club 4; D.E.C.A. 
4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Relay Committee 3. 




SANDRA MARIA HANNON 

A brightness and beauty that captures the 
attention of everyone . . . Sandy. 

Booster Club 4; Proms 3, 4; Sr. Reception 
to the Faculty 4; Boulder 4; Competitive 
Plays 3, 4. 





MERIT HELEN HANSLIN 

Merit ... a pleasant blonde . . . with a 
personality as distinctive as she is Scandi- 
navian. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Prom 4, Relay Committee 3, 4. 




/ 



Li 



DIANE MARIE HANSON 

Rising as the midnight sun, Di spreads 
glowing warmth in a cold world. 

Volleyball 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Thanks- 
giving Dance 4; Proms 3, 4; Boulder 4; 
Junior Literary Club. 



141 




DAVID FRITZ HASCHIG 

Dave . . . finding happiness in strumming 
and singing the soulful poetry of Paul 
Simon. 

Track 2; Marching Band 2; Booster Club 
3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 4; 
Senior Reception to the Faculty 4. 




FRANCIS EDWARD HATIN JR. 

Frank's amiable disposition and helpful 
nature have led him to consider a career 
as a salesman. 

Football 4. 



■Ml MpM 




CYNTHIA ANNE HAUDEL 

Cindy, a dedicated student, is noted for 
her ability to concentrate and to retain 
knowledge . . . cheerleading and skiing 
are important outside activities. 

Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 3; Proms 3, 4; Jun- 
ior-Senior Basketball Game 3, 4. 




'Is this any way to run an airline?" 




MICHAEL HAY 

Mike . . . high school memories . . . liv- 
ening up a party . . . caring deeply for a 
friend . . . will continue to make memo- 
ries at college. 

Booster Club 3; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Sr. Reception to the Faculty 
4; Relay Committee 3 ; Junior-Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 3, 4. 




ROBERT MICHAEL HERTEL 

A brief and ready smile . . . but a lasting 
friend . . . 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Senior 
Reception to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3, 4. 




HAROLD RAYMOND HILL 

Noted for his skill in skiing and surfing, 
as well as for his automotive expertise . . . 
a promising data processor. 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4. 




THOMAS KELLOGG HODGMAN 

Where the road forks, Tom's path will be 
the least travelled . . . the most searching 
. . . and alive. 

Boulder 4; Red and Gray 3, 4; Competi- 
tive Plays 2, 3; Student Council 4; Junior 
Literary Club 3; Prize Speaking 2. 





LANI LORICE HOPKINS 

Her equestrienne antics and aquatic agili- 
ty attest to Lani's inexhaustible zest for 
life. 

D.E.C.A.; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. 




MARGARET JOSEPH HUGHES 

Marg ... a perseverance and adaptability 
that have led to a fondness for American 
football ... a love and loyalty that will 
lead her back to her homeland . . . Eng- 
land. 

Dramatic Club 2. 



JOHN HURLEY 

John . . . carefree and calm . . . weaving 
his way through each day with admirable 
ease . . . 




Striving together for victory. 



PAMELA ADELE HUSE 

Early morn at the beach . . . barefoot . . . 
bravely . . . waiting for the sun. 

Majorette 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 
Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Boulder 4; Red 
and Gray 3, 4; Homeroom Representative 
3, 4; Proms 3, 4. 




DONNA HUTCHINS 

Listen carefully ... for a softly spoke 
word . . . and feel the warmth of h< 
smile . . . 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Junk 
Prom 3; Boulder 4; Red and Gray 3, 4. 





ERNEST JAMES INFANTINO 

Always moving . . . Ernie even talks in 
miles . . . but saves some breath for 
swimming. 

Jr.-Sr. Relay 4. 




RUTH MARIE INFANTINO 

At college . . . preparing to run a stable 
... at the stables preparing to win a race, 
Ruth will surely find fulfillment through 
her interest in horses. 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; 
French Club 3; D.E.C.A. 4; Thanksgiving 
Dance 4; Junior Prom 3. 




145 



SUSAN ELIZABETH JARVI 

Big fields and Boston Terriers vie for 
Sue's limited spare time . . . sincerity and 
diligence are traits which favor her suc- 
cess in college. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Concert and 
Marching Band 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Boulder 
4; Red and Gray 3, 4. 




MICHAEL PHILIP JEAN 

Mike, fascinated by fast moving sports, 
infects others with his contagious enthusi- 
asm. 

Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Or- 
chestra 2. 



DONALD LEE JEFFREY 

Only a few are endowed with that soulful 
sense for creating music. 

Swimming 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 




How do you saute 



JOHN CARL JEFFREY 

Where there are Blues sounds you'll find 
a Blues fan. 

Baseball 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4. 




RICHARD LEE JEFFRIES 

Ricka takes time from his seemingly end- 
less romp through life to take a sensitive 
look at the world about him. 

Baseball 3; Booster Club 4; Proms 3, 4; 
Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Soccer 4. 




DEBRA ANN JOHNSON 



Sunset at the beach 
ten to the Warm" . 



. McKuen's "Lis- 
Deb will be there 



Basketball 2, 4; Volleyball 4; Booster 
Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 
4; Senior Reception to the Faculty 4. 




an eye of a newt? 




LINWOOD CHARLES JOHNSON 

Chip' s easy going personality allows him 
to meet the challenges presented to him 
by sports and those which will face him 
as an electronic technician. 

Swimming 2; Senior Prom 4; Junior Sen- 
ior Relay. 




DAVID ALAN JOSLIN 

Dave, a man of confidence and sclf-pridc, 
displays the fun-loving aspect of his per- 
sonality through skiing, and scuba diving. 



147 





RICHARD HARRY KAZANJIAN 

The wild beat of drums ... a wild con- 
coction of food . . . fascinating contrasts 
to Rick's calmness . . . 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Thanksgiving Dance 
4; Junior Prom 3. 




"Really, Prudence, I hate to see a grown man cry.'" 




BRANDON JAMES KEENAN 

Brandon . . . well respected for his self 
control and understanding . . . uniquely 
humorous . . . highly perceptive. 




PAULA JEAN KENNY 

With a spirit of dedicated selflessness in 
her associations with others, Paula natu- 
rally aspires to a career in nursing. 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
2; Junior-Senior Relay 3; Junior-Senior 
Basketball Game 3. 



148 




JOHN CHESTERFIELD KIFER 

John quietly expresses his natural abilities 
by composing a new song or solving a 
complex math problem. 

Concert Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3; 
Chorus 2. 




DANIEL PAUL KIROUAC 

Surfs up . . . fishing season's open . . . 
"Dapper Dan's" ready. 

Booster Club 3, 4; Proms 3, 4; Senior Re- 
ception to the Faculty 4; Senior Junior 
Basketball 3. 




THOMAS STEPHEN KIVLEHAN 

Tom, cheerful and conscientious, is bound 
for a career in computer programming or 
teaching. 




"The trouble seems to be a toe-nail lodged in the rewind control." 




BESTSY ANNE KLEIN 

The rain must fall . . . but her love and 
concern will shelter you. 

Spanish Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Boulder 4. 




JOAN ELLEN KOPLEY 

"Joan-e" . . . personifying femininity with 
a toss of her hair and a warm smile . . 
plans a nursing career in the Navy. 

Volleyball 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Junior- 
Senior Basketball 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. 



149 




WALTER ARVID KOSKI 

"There's a chance peace will come in your 
life, according to plan, according to man." 

Dramatic Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Boulder 
4; Red and Gray 3, 4; History Club 3. 




ALBERT KRULL 

"Let there be peace ... so that we might 
remain friends, and have the opportunity 
to make new ones . . ." 

Hockey 2, 3. 




JAMES VICTOR KYMALAINEN 

Bo ... a sports enthusiast ... a persona- 
ble member of the class . . . plans a col- 
lege future. 

Football 2; Golf 3, 4; Booster Club 4. 






If 


i 









The faces of contented athletes. 




GARY ALFRED LaBELLE 

Gary will welcome outdoor activities as a 
diversion from his competitive career in 
architectural design. 



Football 2, 3; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4 
2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. 



Track 




MICHAEL JOSEPH LaBELLE 

Alone in the great out-of-doors, Mike pre- 
fers one man sports . . . fishing, hunting, 
and golf . . . 

D.E.C.A. 4. 



150 




MICHAEL PETER LaFOSSE 

Life's pleasures and his own creative ful- 
fillment come to Mike in the forms of 
skiing and painting. 

Track 4; Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving 
Dance 4; Proms 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 




DAVID LAMOUREUX 

In the silence of pine woods, or the roar 
of a machine shop, Dave finds satisfaction 
in those things he does best. 

Football 2; Hockey 2; Swimming 2; 
Track 3; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior 
Prom. 




KATHLEEN ANN LANCEY 

. . . sitting on pillows, watching the 
drive-in movie ... a romantic one . . . 
shyly. 







GARY ROGER LANDRY 

Deep in his writing and sketching 
pressing his love of music, people . 



. ex- 
. life 



WARREN ALBERT LANDRY 

A warm, jovial giant, Warren would be 
the last one you'd expect to sec playing 
hockey, unless you'd seen him in action. 



151 



RICHARD DENNIS LANGELIER 

Rich loves anything musical . . . even 
long hours of practice on cold Saturday 
mornings at Crocker field. 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom. 




BRIAN PAUL LANGILLE 

The "Hawk" may wet his wings while 
surfing . . . but they'll dry in the wind at 
the dragstrip. 



RALPH NORMAN LANGLOIS 

Carefree and contented . . . Ralph looks 
forward to a future of college and hockey. 

Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4. 




Let Hertz put you 



ROGER LaROCHE 

"No one man can change the world, but 
if I could, I would make sure that ' every 
man, woman and child understood the 
meaning of sharing." 

Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3; Track 2, 3; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Junior-Senior 
Basketball Game 3. 




ANN LASTELLA 

Annie is gentle and concerned 
wants to be a nurse. 



she 



Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Thanks- 
giving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Reception to the Faculty 4. 






153 



BRIAN MICHAEL LAWRENCE 

Wing to wing on the ice or in just every- 
day living ... it is a person with mature 
vision and humility who understands 
man's need for man. 

Dramatic Club 3; French Club 2, 3; Ski 
Club 3; Science Club 2; Relay Committee 
3; Red and Gray. 




ANNE MARIE LeBLANC 

A cool breeze blowing on her face ... a 
friend by her side . . . listening and car- 
ing. 

Junior Prom 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Dramatic 
Club 3; Boulder 4. 



BERNICE SYLVIA LeBLANC 

A soft-spoken and demure young lady 
whose charming personality is refreshing. 




DONALD FRANCIS Le BLANC 

Skating with conviction . . . speaking 
with conviction . . . Don's success as a 
sports announcer is assured. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Thanks- 
giving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior- 
Senior Basketball Game 4. 



EMILIE NINA LeBLANC 

Can a girl remain completely feminine 
while horseback riding, swimming, or 
playing sports? Just watch Em. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2; Junior Prom 3; Junior-Senior Relay 
3,4. 




GARY EDGAR LeBLANC 

A gym teacher . . . helping others to form 
strong, healthy bodies . . . setting a good 
example . . . 

Football 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 3, 4. 




I 



JEAN BARBARA LeBLANC 

If you hold your nose too high, you 
might miss her, but if you're like that 
she'd just as soon you did. She'd rather ski 
alone anyway. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 3; Ski Club 2; Boulder 4. 




KENNETH EDWARD LeBLANC 

Baseball, Swimming, and Basketball have 
seasoned Ken's life thus far . . . but he 
feels he's ready now to make the play for 
success in the working world. 




LEONARD CHARLES LeBLANC 

Talk with him once and become his 
friend ... he will amuse you with his 
jokes and conversation. 

Swimming 2, 3; Hockey 3; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Booster Club 3; Cross-Country 4; Track 2. 




"This grass is amazingly affectionate. Unhand my foot, you naughty blade! 




MARK ARTHUR LeBLANC 

Marc . . . aggressive in sports ... an easy- 
going personality . . . always ready with 
a clever remark. 

Track 2; Senior Reception to the Faculty 
4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Basketball 3, 4. 




RALPH EDWARD LeBLANC 

An evening at the movies or with the bit- 
ing winter wind . . . experimenting with 
chemicals or a road map . . . Ralph. 



155 



RENE MICHAEL LeBLANC 

Rene will bring the qualities of friendli- 
ness and enthusiasm with him to the field 
of electronics. 

Proms 3, 4. 




MARGUERITE MARY LEGERE 

Behind the happy smile and dancing eyes 
there is a sensitive person . . . reaching 
out for something better. 

Junior-Senior Relay; Junior-Senior Basket- 
ball Game 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3, 4; Boulder 4; Competitive 
Plays 2, 3. 




DAVID WALTER LEGROS 



Circles are for sharing . . . stop and join 
Dave's ... for some music and a little 
peace of mind. 




Absorbed with the assembly or with the game 



RONALD EARNEST LEGROS 

Skilled fingers strum the strings of a clas- 
sical guitar . . . playing in tune to a mem- 
ory. 

Senior Prom 4. 




RUTH MARIE LEPP 

Ruthie, vibrant and attractive ... a sandy 
beach, a bag of French fries, and B. J. 
Thomas. 

Marching Band 2, 3; Chorus 2; Booster 
Club 4; Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to 
the Faculty ; Junior-Senior Relay 3. 




SANDRA JEAN LEPP 

A queen must wear a crown. Sandy's 
crown is her charisma. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 4. 




OSCAR JOSEPH LESSARD 

... a helping hand and a word of encour- 
agement ... in a quiet sort of way . . . 

Senior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4. 





ROSALYN REBA LEVIN 

Roz ... a sparkling personality . . . inter- 
prets life only one way — happily. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Boulder 
4; Red and Gray 3, 4. 





157 




4 



PHILIP MICHAEL LIVI JR. 

Phil . . . ideas full of insight and adven- 
ture . . . long conversations ... an under- 
standing smile. 

Football 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4; Junior- 
Senior Basketball 4. 




ANTHONY PAUL LOMAGLIO JR. 

The courage and stamina of a true sports- 
man and a winning personality should 
make Paul a favorite among auto racing 
fans. 

Senior Reception to the Faculty 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 



i 




CHRISTOPHER ROBERT LOMBARD 

With a particular talent in rebuilding en- 
gines, "Lumpy" has already achieved suc- 
cess in constructing a highspeed car. 




"Play it again, Sam.' 




GARY CHARLES LOVEWELL 

If he's not boating or drag racing, Gary's 
probably in the pits working on diesel en- 
gines. 

Junior-Senior Relay 4. 




JAMES ERNEST LUCHFORD 

Jim ... A diligent student . . . applies his 
clear thinking and perseverance to win- 
ning chess games and solving chemical 
formulas. 

Junior-Senior Relay 4; Junior-Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 4. 



CYNTHIA MARIE LUCIER 

Cindy's prospective career as a stewardess 
will help her to fulfill her ambition to 
travel widely and to meet interesting peo- 
pie. 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Jr. Prom 

3. 




STEVEN GEORGE LUSSIER 

There are certain people that you always 
want to be with, regardless of what mood 
they're in . . . Steve is one. 

Golf 2. 



DIANA MARIE MacARTHUR 

Wide-eyed at a hockey game or conten 
tedly riding a horse, Diana Finds equa 
enjoyment in excitement and solitude. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4 
Booster Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Senic 
Prom 4. 



NICHOLAS JAMES MACCHIO 

With a bag full of laughter, good will and 
cheer — we knew that at last jolly Saint 
Nick was here. 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4. 



CAROL ANN MACKIE 

With small children . . . playing in the 
sand . . . even sand in the sandwiches 
doesn't matter . . . 

Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Reception to the Faculty; Relay Commit- 
tee 4. 



159 



LARAINE ROSE MALOUIN 



DOREEN MALOUIN 

Doreen ... a certain mystique and under- 
standing . . . her smile lets you know that 
she cares. 




Happiness is the goal Laurie has estab- 
lished for her life, and she reaches for it 
through music and dancing. 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4; Relay Committee 4. 



CATHLEEN MANGSEN 

Expressive brown eyes ... a whisper-soft 
charm ... a genuine glowing smile . . . 
shining from within. 




What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this? 



JOHN JOSEPH MARABELLO 

Gentle brown eyes seeking happiness, 
truth . . . John. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 2, 3; Track 
2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Senior Reception 
to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 3, 4. 




DEBRA ANN MARCEAU 

Life for Debi is not complete without 
dark, curly-haired Italians, hot summer 
days, and a sunset at the beach. 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Prom 3, 4. 




MARION FRANCES MARKHAM 

Talking among friends . . . three feet of 
fresh powder on the slopes ... a deep un- 
interrupted slumber . . . some of Marion's 
favorite things. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Prom 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 
Game. 




KATHLEEN MARY MAROIS 

Kathy, petite with a buoyant personality, 
is always willing to share some thoughts 
with you. 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Dramatic 
Club 3; D.E.C.A. 4. 




JOSEPH MICHAEL MARRAMA 

A winning personality and a proficiency 
in sports to match . . . 

Baseball 3, 4; Football 4; Senior Recep- 
tion to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 
3, 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. 




Put the saddle on the stove, we're riding the range tonight! 



JEFFREY LOUIS MARTINEAU 

Jeff . . . forever entertaining everyone in 
the music room with jokes or excellent 
piano playing. 

Marching Band 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 3; Ski Club 3. 




GAIL ANN MARTINES 

When you're down, talk to Gail 
She'll listen . . . You'll laugh . . . 

Basketball 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 



161 




MELANIE MARY MAYNARD 

An artist . . . uncommonly good ... a 
person . . . uncommonly warm . . . 

Dramatic Club 3, 4; French Club 3; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Proms 3, 4; Boul- 
der 4. 




MONA MARIE McANEANY 

"Rapping about silly things, serious 
things, romantic things, or just rapping." 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 3, 4; Com- 
petitive Plays 3, 4. 





MICHAEL PATRICK McCUE 

Mike, modest and sensitive, finds the cars 
and music of the 70's to be fascinating 
pastimes. 

Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Football 2. 



LINDA MARIE McDONALD 

Fond of stuffed animals and toy poodles 
(the live kind) ... a talented seamstress, 
Linda wants to work with our "special" 
children. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Booster 
Club 4; Prom 3, 4. 



4 * 




''I wish we may, I wish we might 




RICHARD LARRY McGRATH 

A creative intellectual who enjoys movies 
(Bogart), poetry (Kenneth Patchen) and 
fantasy (J. R. Tolken). 



162 



RICHARD SMITH McNAMARA 

He who laughs last laughs loudest . . . 
Richie's already laughing loud . . . he's 
decided to stay single. 

Baseball 3; Swimming 2, 3; Competitive 
Plays 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3, 4; Student 
Council 2. 




MARCIA DIANE McWHINNEY 

Turta's delightful laugh makes her a spe- 
cial attraction at all functions . . . espe- 
cially "Turta Conventions." 

Booster Club 4; Ski Club 2; Thanksgiv- 
ing Dance 4; Proms 3, 4; Relay Commit- 
tee 4. 



CORA MARY MELANSON 

An artist ... the tenderness of her soul 
expressed through the strokes of a brush 



Basketball 2; Volleyball 3; Booster Club 
4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Senior Reception 
to the Faculty 4; Co-operative Program 4. 




GAIL ANN MELANSON 

To wear the wildest fashions ... to be in- 
visible at a party . . . unique aspirations 
for an exciting personality. 

Junior-Senior Basketball Game 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Volleyball 3; Junior-Senior Relay 
4; Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4. 




RAYMOND MELANSON 

Ray ... a compassionate soul 
sense of social injustice. 



a keen 



163 



GREGORY MERCARTER 

Greg's interest in dramatics will not end 
with high school productions . . . intends 
to study the communicative arts at Emer- 
son College. 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Jun- 
ior-Senior Relay 4; Competitive Plays 3, 
4. 




CHARLES HENRY MILLER 

Ask Chuck something about cars and he 
might end up writing a book about it . . . 
if he hasn't already. 

Swimming 2. 



CYNTHIA JOY MILLER 

A snowstorm's tranquility, rhythmical 
melodies, the concentration of sewing, 
and solitary ski slopes make Cindy a 
warm, understanding girl. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Chorus 2; 
Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Proms 3, 4. 



CHARLES ALLAN MILLICAN 

Allan ... on a horse in the Texas prairie 
lands . . . with a friend and a book . . . 
completely content . . . 




"Two left shoes! No wonder I've 




JANICE MOBLEY 

Janice . . . designing clothing and hair 
do's . . . involved with people and paint- 
ing .. . 

Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 4. 





THOMAS JOHN MORAN 

The ability to understand and see people 
in perspective is a gift which few possess, 
but which has enabled Tom to cultivate 
many friendships. 

Indoor Track 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Booster 
Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Junior- Senior Relay 3, 4. 




been walking in circles all day." 



MICHAEL STEPHEN MORETTO 

Mike now enjoys tinkering with tools or 
scanning the ski scene, but soon he'll be 
aiding the Air Force. 




COLLEEN ALYCE MORIARTY 

Cam can always get that shot in the lett 
corner pocket, with a few giggles to help 
the ball along the way. 

Volleyball 2; Chorus 2. 




165 



CHARLENE EVELYN MORIN 

Originality sparks her wardrobe . . . it's 
the product of her unique charm and tal- 
ent. 

Volleyball 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception 
to the Faculty 4. 




STEPHEN MORIN 

Steve loves the lonely peace of the moun- 
tains ... a special friend who can lead 
others to that same inner tranquility. 



THOMAS JOSEPH MORIN 

Unpredictable and spirited, Tom leaves 
you with an impression of his self-confi- 
dence. 

Indoor Track 2; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3. 



DONNA JEAN MORRILY 

Always willing to listen and understand 
. . . Stonehill College will be brightened 
with Donna in its midst . . . 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; 
Proms 3, 4; Boulder 4; Competitive Plays 

2, 3. 




Band members experiment with highly intricate fingernail clipping device. 




JO-ANNE MULDOON 

Infinite Irish charm, pure joy, a taste for 
spiritualism, soft-spoken friendliness . . . 
Jo-Anne. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Dramatic Club 
2, 3, 4; Thanksgiving Dance Comm. 4; 
Proms 3, 4. 




JOHN STEPHEN NADEAU 

John is a realist . . . self confidence is the 
key to his success in both academics and 
sports. 




Student technician injects fuel into the high school's heating complex. 




DEBORAH SHERRY NASIS 

Blue (as in poems, seas, songs, and skys) 
colors Deb's happy thoughts as she trav- 
els across the country. 

Majorette 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4; Senior 
Prom; Senior Reception to the Faculty; 
Junior Literary Club. 




CAROL ANN NAVIN 

Carol . . . musically and athletically in- 
clined . . . hopes for a career in nursing. 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Chorus 2, 
3; Proms 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Relay 4. 




167 






168 



STEPHEN PHILIP NORMANDIN 

Supe . . . Flashes a sheepish grin often 
enough to assure you that there's a little 
mischief beneath his shyness . . . 

Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Reception to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 
3. 




JOHN PHILLIP O'BRIEN 

Although Jack was the president of our 
Ski Club, he's headed for a career in ma- 
rine biology ... a long way from the 
slopes. 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Competitive Plays 3, 4. 




PAMELA MAY OINONEN 

Whether racing on the slopes or cheering 
on the court, Pam is truly "une fille du 
bon esprit." 

Basketball 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Cheer- 
leading 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basket- 
ball 3, 4. 




EILEEN MARGARET O'LEARY 

Listen . . . Eileen's conversation will paint 
a vivid picture of her world of music and 
people. 

Senior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4. 



169 




3 





JUNE ANNE OUELLETTE 

An optimist even on a cloudy day, June is 
able to reach out and share with others. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Competitive Plays 3, 4. 



ROBERT MARK PACETT1 

Boom, Boom, Bob ... An avid photogra- 
pher and musician, loves to travel and live 
as fully as possible. 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 




"Oh no!" The girls are still playing. 



DEBORAH KAREN PAGE 

Color Deb's world with the majestic and 
the mysterious . . . castles and Ouija 
boards . . . 

Volleyball 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Dramatic 
Club 2; Junior Prom 3; Boulder 4; Junior 
Literary Club 3. 



RICHARD WALTER PALMI 

Rick's vocal and instrumental talents, to- 
gether with his desire to entertain others, 
lead him toward a possible career in 
music. 

Senior Prom 4. 




ARTHUR JOHN PANAGEOTES 

Making pizzas on Saturday night . . . 
hockey Sunday afternoon . . . living for 
the weekend . . . 

Track 2; Booster Club 4; Sr. Prom 4; Jr.- 
Sr. Relay 4; Jr.-Sr. Basketball 3, 4; Home- 
room Rep. 2. 




JAMES WALTER PANDISCIO 

Our Red Raider . . . cheered us on to vic- 
tory . . . but still loved us in defeat . . . 

Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3; Football 2, 3; 
Track 2; Booster Club 4; Senior Recep- 
tion to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 
3, 4. 




KATHRYN JOANNE PAPPAS 

A promising personality who keeps her 
promises . . . 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Proms 3, 4; Senior Recep- 
tion to the Faculty 4; Boulder 4; Home- 
room Representative 4. 




DOUGLAS LEE PATCH 

Blue eyes that absorb the world ... a 
quiet voice that projects his thoughts . . . 
highly esteemed by all . . . Doug. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Relay 3; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 
3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Homeroom 
Representative 2. 



DENNIS JOHN PAUL 

Dennis finds satisfaction and peace of 
mind in his travels with the drum and 
bugle corps and in his associations with 
others. 



BETH PAVLIS 

Whether climbing The Rock or climbing 
a mountain, Beth meets each new encoun- 
ter with energy and success. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. 




"Hurry Natasha, our opponents are Tangoing their way to the finish line." 



BARRY JOSEPH PAWALSKI 

With his quick laugh and incisive sense 
of humour, Barry always keeps his peers 
entertained. 




BARBARA ANN PAYSON 

Beauty is often fleeting and obscure . . . 
revealing its self only to the most artisti- 
cally perceptive . . . 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Proms 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Reception to the Faculty 4; Relay 
Committee 3. 




CHARLES ROBERT PEARSON 

Chuck just can't wait to have a good time 
. . . he'd rather create it. 

Booster Club 4; Ski Club 2; Homeroom 
Representative 2. 




PAULINE ANN PEARSON 

Although Pauline doesn't like rainy days 
or frizzy hair, she just might endure both 
if she's going to a senior class function. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Booster 
Club 4; Proms 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basket- 
ball Game 3, 4. 




CAROL ANNE PELLETIER 

Smile and the world smiles with you . . . 

Booster Club 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Reception to the Faculty 4; Relay Com- 
mittee 4; Homeroom Representative 2. 




'Are you sure you got my right side?" 



LINDA MARIE PELLETIER 

Quiet thoughts on quiet walks . . . min- 
ature golf on a Sunday afternoon . . . her 
happiness comes from making others 
happy. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Proms 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Reception to the Faculty 4; Boulder 4; 
Red and Gray 3, 4. 




JOANNE MARIE PERLA 

Think about a meaningful poem ... on a 
brisk windy day . . . think about Joanne 



Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball. 



173 



WAYNE FRANCIS PERRA 



Exceptional school spirit . . . sports have 
an inspirational effect on this aspiring en- 
gineer. 

Basketball 2; Golf; Booster Club 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 4. 



SHARON LEE PHILLIPS 

A friendly new face in Fitchburg, Sharon 
enjoys walking in the snow and the com- 
pany of special people. 



Chorus 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 
4. 



PHILLIP JAMES PICCICUTO 

Life is often most meaningful at its sim- 
plest . . . being alone with your thoughts 
... or with a special someone . . . 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulty 4. 



m 





NFL instant replay. 



LINDA JEAN PIERCE 



Harmonizing 
people . . . 



with music 



and 



Booster Club 4; Boulder 4. 




RENE JOSEPH PINAULT 

Rene — Confident and independent, cen- 
ters his interest on basketball, skiing, and 
auto racing . . . future plans include a 
naval career. 

Senior Prom 4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 1. 



LINDA JUDITH PLANTE 

The serenity of her soul enhances her 
charm. 

Chorus 2, 3; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Competitive Plays 2. 




DOUGLAS NELSON POCHINI 

Doug . . . well-dressed and witty . . . 
lover of cars and anything electrical ... a 
prospective engineer. 

Basketball 2; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Sen- 
ior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulty 4; Relay Committee 3; Junior-Senior 
Basketball Game 4. 



CHERYL LYN POIRIER 




Step softly 
leaves. 



on the snow 



on the 



Dramatic Club 2, 4; Senior Reception to 
the Faculty 4; Homeroom Representative 
2. 




f 



PHILIP LAWRENCE POIRIER 

Generous . . . considerate ... a natural 
talent for electrical work which he plans 
to develop in a technical institute. 



FRANCINE RUTH POITRAST 

A very rare person . . . Frankie knows 
that rainbows are to gaze at . . . not to 
seek. 

Orchestra 2; Chorus 2, 3; Dramatic Club 
4; Senior Reception to the Faculty 4. 



175 



SIDNEY ALAN PORELL 

Sid ... an artist . . . hand, heart, and soul. 

Football 3; Junior Prom 3; Junior-Senior 
Basketball Game 3. 




BRENDA PRETAT 

Exuberant and happy . . . unpredictable 
. . . you'll seldom catch her without her 
distinctive smile. 



PATRICIA PRETE 

Recognized by her shy, warm smile and 
sincere humility . . . Patty enjoys tennis, 
swimming and contemporary song. 




"We use Gleen 



MARGARET MARY PROGIN 

Peggy will paint rainbows all over your 
blues. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Boul- 
der 4; Red and Gray 3, 4; Competitive 
Plays 2, 3, 4. 




MICHAEL RICHARD PUCKO 

Taciturn, with touchdown talent, Mike's 
always pleasant to have around. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basket- 
ball Game 3, 4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 4. 



ANTONIA PULIAFICO 

Low, soothing notes from a clarinet . . . 
Lena's contribution to music . . . and peo- 
pie. 

Volleyball 3; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 3; 
Italian Club 4. 




LUCY PULIAFICO 

If ever you find the music room in hilari- 
ous disorder, you'll know that Lucy's con- 
tagious laughter has started it all. 

Concert and Marching Band 3, 4; Chorus 
2, 3, 4; Booster Club 3; Senior Reception 
to the Faculty 4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3. 




JOHN LIONEL RAYMOND 

With an interest in drag racing and a tal- 
ent for tinkering with cars, John might 
find a future in automotives. 



hi 



i 



h 



f 



LINDA SUE REEVES 

When she speaks of her interests in as- 
tronomy and aeronautics there is even 
something celestial in the quality of her 
voice. 

Volleyball 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Reception to the Faculty 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 3, 4; Boulder 4; Junior Liter- 
ary Club 3. 



177 




LISA JEAN REMAL 

Lisa loves packages with big red bows, es- 
pecially if they contain track shoes, skis or 
an old pair of dungarees. 

Basketball 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Booster 
Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 
3; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Basketball 3, 4; Boulder 4. 




BRIAN JOHN RENDA 

A naval candidate, Brian displays his ver- 
satility through his interest in sports and 
his skill in building cars. 

Baseball 2, 4; Booster Club 4; Homeroom 
Representative 2, 3; Track 2; Junior-Sen- 
ior Relay 2, 4; Indoor Track 2. 




"This field is mine, God gave this field to me." 




ROBERT PAUL RHEAULT 

Intensely alive ... a five-year ski slope 
veteran . . . likes all kinds of sports, 
music, and people. 

Golf 4; Thanksgiving Dance; Junior-Sen- 
ior Basketball Game 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Junior-Senior Relay 4. 



178 




PAULA BERNICE RHEAUME 

Watch the fashion and the sports scene. 
Paula will be there, smiling as brightly as 
her nickname implies — "Sunshine." 

D E C. A. 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Jun- 
ior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Recep- 
tion to the Faculty 4. 




BETTY ANN RICHARDSON 

Betty ... a charming personality . . . easi- 
ly communicating through her poems, 
giggles and expressive gestures . . . 

Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; 
Relay 3: Boulder 4; Competitive Plays 3. 




"A little off the index finger, my dear, but leave the thumb in tact.' 



■ 




JANE MARARET RINES 

Jane gets to know people in her own way 
. . . quietly . . . softly ... yet soulfully. 

Booster Club 4; Proms 3, 4; Senior Recep- 
tion to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 3, 4 ; Homeroom Represent- 
ative 4. 



JAMES EDWARD RINES 

Jim, personable and energetic, enjoys 
warm days in a field or on a beach, with a 
football or a friend. 

Football 2; Ski Club 4; Senior Reception 
to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 4. 





MICHAEL ANDREW RIVERS 

Finding freedom in the open air . 
to think clearly on his cycle. 



179 





DEBRA ANN ROBUCCIO 

Deb enjoys antique hunting . . . perhaps 
because she knows that good books often 
come in dusty covers. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Junior-Senior Relay 4, Junior-Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 4. 



CHERYL ANN ROCKER 

Classical, spiritual, Beatle . . . music . . . 
mellowed and refined by Cheryl's inspired 
singing . . . 

Chorus 3, 4. 



180 




Stares of apprehension . . . 




DONNA LEE ROCKER 

Dancing all night . . . Donna finds satis- 
faction in a room filled with music and 
friends. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2; Senior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Relay 
3, 4; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 4. 




MARY PHYLLIS ROMANO 

A ride through the country ... the hot 
sun at a crowded beach . . . beautiful dark 
eyes . . . Mary. 

Volleyball 3, 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Relay Committee 3. 





JANE MARY ROSENTHAL 

Skiing in the rain . . . riding backwards 
on a horse ... if life is what she makes it, 
Jane's will always be exciting. 

Booster Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Relay Committee 4. 





MELODYE RAE ROUISSE 

Melodye . . . melodious, sensitive, com- 
bining the loveliness of music with the 
gracefulness of her person. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 
Game 3, 4; Red and Gray 4; Homeroom 
Representative 2, 3; Make-up Artist Com- 
petitive Plays 2, 3, 4. 




LINDA ANN ROUSSEAU 

Wait for the sunrise . . . bury your 
"blues" in the sand . . . then watch them 
slowly drift out to sea. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2 



181 





MICHAEL ELDEN ROWELL 

With an unpretentious and confident ap- 
proach toward life . . . Mike anticipates 
further education and marriage. 

Senior Reception to the Faculty 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 




DENISE LISA ROY 

Spinning wheels . . . splashes of color . . . 
a life rich in meaning and variety. 

D.E.C.A. 4; Sr. Prom 4; Sr. Reception to 
the Faculty 4. 



DEBRA ANN ROY 

Whispered words ... a secluded seashore 
... the deep silence of nature ... all 
suggest the tranquility of Debbie's private 
world. 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Booster 
Club 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4; Junior Sen- 
ior Basketball Game 4. 



This week's Wide World of Sports brings you 




SARA ELLEN RUOSTEOJA 

Walking in dungarees through secluded 
fields . . . walking in exquisite gowns 
down a showroom ramp . . . Sara . . . 
walking lovely . . . 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Ski Club 
2; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. 




GAIL MARIE ST. CYR 

Gail has a sense of life's true meaning . . . 
wisdom beyond her years . . . soul beauty. 

Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2. 



182 




DAVID CHARLES SALOMAKI 

Dave is as skilled in a pool as he is with 
a slide rule. 

Swimming 2, 3, 4; Concert and Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Boulder 4; Junior Literary Club 3. 




LINDA SUSAN ST. LOUIS 

Running . . . running barefoot in the rain 
. . . the drops mingle with the tears . . . 
running, laughing . . . she is free. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Jun- 
ior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Bas- 
ketball Game 3, 4; Homeroom Represent- 
ative 4; Booster Club 4. 




CHARLES CHRISTOS SARDELIS 

An accomplished basketball player ... an 
active advocate of Greek dances . . . 

Basketball 2, 3; Booster Club 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 4. 




eating team. 




PHILLIP GREGORY SARKIN 

Adventuresome ... an experienced mari- 
ner .. . Greg's dream is to sail across the 
mystic seven seas. 

Golf 4; Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 
4; Camera Club 3; Senior Reception to 
the Faculty 4; Relay Committee 4; Com- 
petitive Plays 3. 



DONNA MARIE SCAFICCHIA 

Donna . . . cherishing friendship . . . 
projecting warmth . . . laughing, loving 



Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Booster Club 
3, 4; Proms 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Junior-Senior Basketball Game 4; Home- 
room Representative 3. 



183 



JON ROBERT SCHRADER 

Help wanted: Jon needs a tennis teacher. 
He'll bring you to the beach as payment. 

Booster Club 4; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Reception to the Faculty 4. 




DAVID SAVIGNY 

Mischievous escapades, effective quarter- 
backing, and funny jokes highlight what 
Siggs has contributed to F.H.S. . . . one 
tremendously happy time. 

Baseball 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Thanksgiving 
Dance 4; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 

3,4. 



ROBIN RAE SEWARD 

The sound of gentle laughter from across 
the counter at Howdy's ... a bit of straw- 
berry sunshine brightening up the day. 

Jr.-Sr. Basketball 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Relay 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Boulder 4; Senior Prom 
4; Junior Prom 3. 




"Chew" modestly sports his battle insignias. 



MICHAEL CHARLES SHATTUCK 

Expressing his joy, his unhappiness, his 
likes and dislikes in soft strokes of a pen- 
cil .. . an artist . . . Gus. 

Basketball 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3; 
Junior- Senior Basketball Game 3. 




MICHAEL ROBERT SHIELDS 

I look around ... the time is right 
it's the springtime of my life. 



MICHAEL ANTHONY 
SIGISMONDO 

Experience . . . sought by the strong and 
adventuresome . . . yields greater meaning 
to the sensitive. 

Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior- Senior 
Basketball 4; Senior Prom 4; Hockey 2, 4. 




"Look at it this way, Mike. Radcliffe has its advantages." 



RONALD LEE SMITH 

Ronnie ... a versatile sportsman ... a 
soft voice concealing an imaginative per- 
sonality. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 



185 








DUNCAN ALAN SOUBIE 

Across country on a motorcycle . . . un- 
derwater in scuba gear . . . "Swoobs" ex- 
plores dusty paths and country lakes tire- 
lessly . . . 





llll'l 



Smile the while 




MICHAEL DAVID SPAGNUOLA 

"Spags" ... a grand slam! . . . cheers 
from devoted fans ... a proud smile . . . 

Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 
4; Homeroom Representative 2. 




ALAN PETER SPARE 

A discerning personality . . . Alan's inter- 
ests include coin collecting . . . hopes to 
enter the Marines. 



186 




MICHAEL ALAN STEPTON 

Left arm poised ... a stroke smooth and 
accurate . . . eight ball in the corner pock- 



Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Sr. Reception to the Faculty 4; Jr.-Sr. Bas- 
ketball Game 4; Homeroom Rep. 2. 




VALERIE MONA STEVENSON 

Val . . . coloring a faded world . . . with 
a smile and a little love. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. 




DEBORAH ANN STROHBEEN 

People are like pebbles. There are many 
on a beach, but those which reflect the 
sun are the ones you always remember 
and cherish. 

Dramatic Club 4; Boulder 4; Competitive 
Plays 4. 





GAIL HELEN SULTAN 

A graceful figure ... the dedication of an 
athlete ... an energetic personality . . . 
the deep sensitivity of a humanist. 

Cheerleading 3, 4; Proms 3, 4 ; Junior-Sen- 
ior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 
Game 3, 4; Boulder 4. 




CINDY-LOU SUMNER 

Like a warm fire on a cold wintry night 
are the faces of the children warmed by 
Cindy's smile. 

Cheerleader 3, 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Relay Committee 3, 4. 



187 




HOWARD ROCKWELL SUMNER 

Going to Vermont ... to hunt, or ski . . . 
or just for the drive ... the naturalness 
and freshness of outdoor life lures Howie 



Baseball 3, 4; Sr. Prom 4; Jr.-Sr. Basket- 
ball Game 3, 4. 




FRANK TAGLIAVIA 

Time is life, so make the most of every 
second. 

Booster Club 4; Ski Club 4; Senior Recep- 
tion to the Faculty 4; Junior-Senior Relay 
4; Junior-Senior Basketball Game 4. 




MICHAEL ANTHONY TATA 

Sparks fly wheft this zealous automotive 
enthusiast is at work ... an easy-going, 
effervescent character. 




'A tornado? Pass me another 'Gansett'.' 




DONNA LEE TAYLOR 

A long ride . . . giving her time to think 
... and to appreciate all that is hers . . . 

Volleyball 3; Booster Club 4; Thanksgiv- 
ing Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; Boulder 4; 
Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4. 




fog 



GAIL AUDRY TAYLOR 

Warm summer nights . . . sitting on the 
lawn . . . hoping for a star of peace. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Proms 3, 4. 



188 



RICHARD ROY TELLIER 

An experienced swimmer . . . and skiing 
novice . . . Rich accepts the diligent prac 
tice that goes along with attaining skill in 
sports . . . but he seems to be a natural 
pro at human relations. 

Senior Prom 4. 




RAYMOND JOHN TESTAGROSSA 

Ray's interest in aeronautics and traveling 
has lead to some definite plans . . . join- 
ing the Air Force ... and going back to 
Jackson, Wyoming. 




BRIAN THIBAULT 

Undaunted by his small stature, Brian 
pursues sports ranging from hunting to 
drag racing . . . plans a career in the ser- 
vice. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Reception to the Faculty 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 4; Junior Senior Basketball 
Game 4. 




PAULA LARRAINE THIBAULT 

Finding the right words for the occasion 
. . . or the best pattern for a dress . . . 
Paula approaches every situation with in- 
sight and confidence. 

Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Booster Club 
4; Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4. 



189 



MICHAEL DENNIS THIBEAULT 

Mike . . . unique not only in physical 
stature, but also as a sensitive and com- 
passionate individual. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Thanksgiv- 
ing Dance 4; Proms 3, 4; Junior-Senior 
Basketball Game 3, 4; Competitive Plays 
3; Homeroom Representative 4. 




NANCY JEAN THIBIDEAU 

Although naturally soft-spoken, Nancy is 
hardly quiet or shy ... as your friend, she 
will amuse you with her giggles and 
amazing stories. 




'I'll have it off before you can say Edward the Confessor, my precious.' 



JOHN RANDALL THOMAS 

Randy . . . running hard . . . yet sensi- 
tively feeling his way through the diffi- 
cult course of life. 

Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Cross-Coun- 
try 2, 3; Indoor Track 4; Track 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 3, 4; Junior-Senior Basket- 
ball Game 4; Boulder 4. 




DIANE CAROL TORBERT 

A drop of rain is an invitation to Diane 
... to walk and ponder a wet, wonder- 
filled world . . . 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club; Senior Prom 4; Junior-Sen- 
ior Relay 3; Competitive Plays 3. 





SVEN TROEST 

Jet, always on the rebound with his 
blonde hair flopping, looks at life in his 
happy-go-lucky way. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Junior- 
Senior Relay 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 
Game 3, 4. 




WILLIAM ROBERT TUCKER 

Long walks and deep thoughts ... a 
smile from his heart ... a heart of smiles. 




MARK HENRY UUSITALO 

Mark, an avid sports fan, would even play 
football in a blizzard. 

Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. 




"If this is his idea of painting the town red 



I 



r 



GAYLE ANNE VAILLETTE 

Gayle . . . looking like a princess dressed 
in tahitian robes . . . mingling ... in the 
halls. 

D.E.C.A. 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Sen- 
ior Prom 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3. 




PALMA MARIE VALERA 

With deep mysterious eyes, beautifully 
accenting her charm, her success as a 
model is assured. 

Senior Reception to the Faculty; Student 
Council 3; Homeroom Representative 2. 



191 




SHEILA M. VALERA 

Young and lovely . . . wherever she goes 
she enjoys life to its fullest . . . 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Booster 
Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; D.E.C.A. 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2. 




DEBORAH VALITON 

Her personal magnetism and creative tal- 
ent for designing clothes make Deb 
unique in a very feminine way. 

Volleyball 2, 3. 




REBECCA VALITON 

A vivacious individual with a personable 
smile, Becky enjoys an afternoon of sports 
or a quiet evening with friends. 

Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 3. 




And when I wiggle his 




BRENDA LEE VALLEE 

B.G. . . . writing or singing her own spe- 
cial thoughts . . . sharing her time and 
caring for others. 

Basketball 4; Volleyball 4; Booster Club 
4; Senior Reception to the Faculty 4; 
Relay Committee 4. 




ELAINE RITA VALLEE 

The heat of a basketball game, the flash- 
ing lights of a rock concert, and the cool 
breeze on a deserted beach are dynamic 
expressions of her poetic soul. 

Booster Club 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Reception to the 
Faculty 4 ; Relay Committee 4. 



192 




PAUL GERARD VAUTOUR 

Paul's patience and exacting standards 
promise to serve him well in his future as 
an electrician. 




JOAN ELIZABETH VERGE 

Running, climbing, reading . 
mountains, poetry . . . Joan. 



fields, 



Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 

Booster Club 2, 4; Senior Reception to 

the Faculty 4; Junior- Senior Relay 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2, 4. 




KATHLEEN ELLEN VISCO 

Kathy's animated spirit . . . spontaneous 
laughter . . . and exhilarating friendliness 
make any meeting with her a welcome ex- 
perience. 

Basketball 3; Volleyball 4; Dramatic Club 
3, 4; Booster Club 4; Proms 3, 4; Thanks- 
giving Dance 4. 




he does a Greek dance. 




ABIGAIL WADDELL 

A sunflower glowing in the sunlight . . . 
living to be natural . . . and free. 

Basketball 3, 4; Volleyball 2; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3; Thanksgiving Dance 3; Junior- 
Senior Basketball 3, 4. 




BRIAN THOMAS WALSH 



Often seen but not heard 
get to know him better . . 
loving nature emerges. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4. 



. . until you 
then his fun- 



193 



SUSAN LEE WEBSTER 

Sue glides through life ... on water skis 
. . . smiling ... if she falls ... up again 
in a moment . . . smiling . . . 

Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Booster 
Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; D.E.C.A. 4; 
Thanksgiving Dance 4. 




"See, it's so easy, I car 



MARILYN CATHERINE WEEKS 

In the Music Room or at the beach, Mari- 
lyn always has a great circle of friends 
who share in her charm and warmth. 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 4; 
Senior Reception to the Faculty 4. 




ALAN BRIAN WHEATON 

Where does Big Al get his go? . . . 
Frisbees, cars, music, football, the Navy, 
and electronics. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Camera Club 3; 
Junior-Senior Relay; Senior Prom 4. 



NORMA ANN WILLINGHAM 

Softspoken . . . with a deep regard for 
people . . . plans a career in special educa- 
tion. 

Volleyball 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Boulder 4; 
Junior Literary Club 3. 




KRISTEN WILSON 

Ski-dooing through the pasrurelands of 
Vermont . . . Kritter lives for the snow. 

Volleyball 2, 3; Booster Club 4; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3, 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; 
Proms 3, 4; Senior Reception to the Fac- 
ulty 4; Relay Committee 3, 4. 




MARY JANE WILSON 

Dreaming alone . . . then zooming on a 
motorcycle to excitement . . . living each 
moment thoroughly. 

Chorus 2, 3; Booster Club 4; Dramatic 
Club 3, 4; Thanksgiving Dance 4; Proms 
3, 4; Senior Reception to the Faculty 4 




do it with my eyes closed; 




JEFFREY MANNING WOODS 

Jeff is agile as a skier, and creative and 
meticulous as a painter. 

Cross-Country 2; Track 2; Ski Club 2, 3; 
Senior Reception to the Faculty 4. 




LYNNE MARIE WUOTI 

An energetic yet compassionate redhead, 
Lynne's radiance never fades. 

Volleyball 2, 3; Prom 3; Junior-Senic 
Relay 3; Basketball 2. 



195 



O 1 - 

Baseball 3, 4. 



PATTI ELLEN ZANGHI 

Patti . . . possessing a charm and grace 
that make her personality truly captivat- 
ing. 

Thanksgiving Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Reception to the Faculty 4; Junior- 
Senior Relay 4; Junior-Senior Basketball 
Game 4. 




"Let's see now, Howdy's closes at twelve, T-Bird at one . . ." 



JOHN ANTHONY ZARRELA 

"Z" . . . slamming tennis balls, zooming 
in funny cars . . . casually . . . 

Hockey 3, 4; Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. 




WARREN CHARLES ZINK 

Warren ... an easy rider . . . looking for 
the open road. 

Booster Club 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Thanksgiv- 
ing Dance 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior-Sen- 
ior Relay 4. 




L A 




i 

Hi 



\i r ■ 





L 




% Glass of 1972 



It wasn't so long ago that we were in your place, 
looking forward to our Senior year with that same com- 
bination of anticipation and anxiety. Then we had all 
the dreams and hopes that perhaps you have. But it 
would be unrealistic to say that we've accomplished all 
that we had planned to, individually and as a class. — It 
has been said that a man's reach should exceed his 
grasp. At least we have been sincere in our efforts. We 
only hope that you will be able to reflect on yours with 
as much satisfaction. 




Advertisements 



i 




!Jncfex 



Cflcfueriisers 



Acme Floor Covering 

5 Summer Street 202 

Advance Coatings • 

Westminster 206 

A & G Rental 

345 Summer Street 206 

Airport Furniture 

180 Crawford Street, Leominster 202 

Allen's Department Store 

.490 Main Street 202 

Anderson Little 

Searstown 224 

Andy's Sport Shop 

216 Daniel Street 206 

Army & Navy Store 

461 Main Street 206 

Asher Company 

307 Falulah Road 203 

Baron's Card & Gift Shop 

343 Main Street 206 

Barone's Pharmacy 

100 Harvard Street 207 

Baylin's 

467 Main Street 207 

Bean's Shoe Store 

377 Main Street 203 

Belanger Hardware 

382 Water Street 207 

Camera Shop 

10 John Fitch Highway 203 

Carson's T.V. 

329 Summer Street 207 

C & S Pizza 

524 John Fitch Highway 224 

Cheney Design Engineering Company 

76 Summer Street 204 

City Cleaners 

655 Water Street 207 

Cleghorn Credit Union 

7 Fairmount Street 208 

Crystal Cleaners 

Parkhill Plaza 208 

Dan Chan's 

John Fitch Plaza 208 

DeBonis the Florist 

900 Main Street 208 

Dempsey's Drug Store 

145 Lunenburg Street 210 

Dumont Insurance Agency 

18 Fairmount Street 208 

Dunkin Donuts 

235 Lunenburg Street 210 

Economy Paint Supply 

588 Main Street 209 

Edith's Beauty Salon 

20 Grove Street 209 

Emily Shop 

473 Main Street 209 

! Empire Shoe 



641 Main Street 209 

Ernie's Furniture 

345 Main Street 224 

Finnish Drug 

805 Main Street 209 

First Safety Fund National Bank 

470 Main Street 210 

Fitchburg Council For Cooperatives 

815 Main Street 214 

Fitchburg Heating and Air Conditioning 

198 Water Street 211 

Fitchburg Mutual Fire Insurance Agency 

781 Main Street 211 

Fitchburg Music Store 

175 Main Street 214 

Fitchburg Sales & Service 

Mechanic Street 214 

Fitchburg Savings Bank 

780 Main Street 212 

Fitchburg Yarn 

1 Nockege Street 205 

Frank's Auto School 

17 Snow Street 212 

Fruit Growers Outlet 

738 North Main Street, Leominster 214 

B. E. Gage Insurance Agency 

470 Main Street 214 

Gamache's Cyclery 

12 Westminster Street 215 

Godroy Wholesale Company 

790 River Street 215 

Guy A. Frattalone Insurance Agency 

352 Water Street 215 

Hillcrest Nursing Home 

94 Summer Street 215 

Howard's House of Cards 

493 Main Street 212 

House of Shoes 

223 Main Street 213 

Howard Johnson's 

Route 2, Lancaster 215 

Howdy Beefburger 

140 Water Street 213 

ILCO 

35 Daniels Street 213 

Jake's Sport Center 

972 Main Street 217 

John Fitch Datsun 

John Fitch Highway 217 

Kidder & Davis 

700 Main Street 217 

Laakso Company 

47 Ashby State Road 21 

Lampila Jewelry 

635 Main Street 217 

LeBlanc Jewelers 

14 Fairmount Street 218 

Lemay Office Supply 

270 Water Street 218 



Lewis Furniture 

645 Main Street 222 

Liggett's 

497 Main Street 222 

Loring Studios 

279 Main Street 229 

Marchetti's 

643 John Fitch Highway 218 

Marshall's Department Store 

Parkhill Plaza 216 

Mary-Ann's 

29 River Street 222 

Matthews Motors 

314 John Fitch Highway 228 

M & M Variety Store 

306 Water Street 218 

Montouri Oil Corporation 

2 Boulder Drive 223 

Motor Mart 

163 Water Street 218 

Norge Village Laundromat 

John Fitch Plaza 219 

Old Mill 

Route 2A, Westminster 225 

Patrons 231 

Piermarocchi 

232 Falulah Road 223 

Pollock's Market 

432 Mechanic Street 219 

Professional Patrons 230 

Ritter's 

360 Main Street 219 

Roger's 

305 Main Street 219 

Rome's 

John Fitch Plaza 219 

Sabourin Hardware 

137 Main Street 220 

Scott Jewelry 

379 Main Street 220 

Secino Tailors 

202 Water Street 225 

Shepard & Parker 

18 Lincoln Street 223 

Simonds Saw & Steel 

Intervale Road 226 

Special Donors 231 

Specialty Insurance Agency 

18 Grove Street 224 

Spencer Shoes 

409 Main Street 224 

Student Brothers Shoes 

344 Main Street 220 

Super Save 

John Fitch Highway 220 

Turner Motor Coach 

301 Elm Street 220 

Victory Auto Supply 

829 Main Street 221 

Wally's Atlantic 

339 River Street 225 



W. C. Goodwin's 

440 Main Street 221 

Webber Lumber 

275 Summer Street 226 

Weyerhaeuser 

545 Westminster Street 227 

W F G L 

170 Prichard Street 221 

Whalom Park 

Lunenburg 221 

Woodcome Insurance Agency 

470 Main Street 227 

Worcester County National Bank 

533 Main Street 227 

Worker's Credit Unior 

Elm Street 226 

Y.M.C.A. 

55 Wallace Avenue 225 




201 




202 




205 




Advance Coatings Company 
A & G Rental 
Andy's Sport Shop 
Army & Navy Store 
Baron's Card & Gift Shop 



206 



J7 am cufiat S7 am 
because you are what you are. 





Crystal Cleaners 
Dan Chan's 
DeBonis the Florist 
Dumont Insurance Agency 



Fitchburg Gas & Electric Company 



Fitchburg Heating & Air Conditioning 



Fitchburg Mutual Fire Insurance Agency 




Fitchburg Savings Bank 



Frank's Auto School 



Howard's House of Cards 



212 




213 



9 <jaze across 
expanse of i£e sea. 




Fitchburg Council 
for Cooperatives 

Fitchburg Music Store 

Fitchburg 
Sales & Service 

Fruit Growers Outlet 

B. E. Gage 
Insurance Agency 




214 




Gamache's Cyclery 

Godroy Wholesale Company 

Guy A. Frattalone 
Insurance Agency 

Hillcrest Nursing Home 

Howard Johnson's 
Rt. 2, Lancaster 



CTIs //te sun glitters on t/ie waves 
t/ie sea smifes. 






Jake's Sport Center 



John Fitch Datsun 



Kidder & Davis 



Laakso Company 



Lampila Jewelry 




217 




LeBlanc Jewelers 
Lemay Office Supply 

Marchetti's 
M & M Variety Store 
Motor Mart 





Norge Village Laundromat 
Pollock's Market 
Ritter's 
Roger's 
Rome's 



219 




Sabourin Hardware 
Scott Jewelry 
Student Brothers Shoes 
Super Save 
Turner Motor Coach 



220 




221 




Tel. 617-345 1541 



Workers' Credit Union congratulates you on your scholastic achieve- 
ments. Now, with the additional fulfillments of life ahead, Workers' of- 
fers the services of the Credit Union to you for savings and loans. 




224 Simonds Saw & Steel 





Weyerhaeuser 
Woodcome Insurance Agency 
Worcester County National Bank 



225 



7*rofessionaf T^a/rons 




Or. ,7osepA Jlc/f/an/e 


Dr. O^Aifip Isaacson 




/)/'. ,7osepA Cflryoff 


Dr. S/epAen CJCay 




Or. Robert H]a6ineau > 


Dr. ^icAarcf fBaUiyne 




Or. lc)erner CBacAman 


Dr. CJKax fBeuinyer 




Ijfltty. GAarfes CBaAer 


Dr. CRocfericA /3ewin 




Dr. yCorman CBeSerman 


Dr. CPrec/ericA CJKansour 




'Dr. ( A' or ye JOenj'am/n 


Dr. Francis CJKariin 




C71//y. GAarfes 33ent 


CTltiy. Cjcfivarcf CJKcJfuyA 




Dr. CTlniAony CBisceyfia 


JKr. ancf C/fCrs. OCicAofas 


< JICercao r an /e 


C%//ys. 03fav£we/I an<f CReyno/Js 


TFCurpAy £ CPusateri 




Dr. Jferrnan CBfocA 


Dr. Seymour OCa/Aenson 




Dr. JlosepA Gaiief 


C7lity. jfoAn O'Gonnor 




2)/*. Wifd'am Ger/er 


Dr. Donaff CPaiewonsAy 




Dr. CPauf GocArane 


Dr. Waf/er Tic A 




GompA'men/s of tAe Worcester Goun/y 


Dr. CAfBeri CPearson 




GA/'roprac/i'c Society 


Dr. Quin/ino CRoffo 




Dr. ^erarcf De/Bisfe 


Cfltiys. SaAiy £ Safny 




Dr. CPauf DeBisfe 


Dr. jlames Simmons 




C7I//y. GAarfes Ducffey 


Dr. Jfenru Si. JfoAn Smi/A 


Dr. drancis Cfitzyerafcf 


Dr. DCenneiA Sussman 




Dr. C?recf Qa/Aercofe 


Dr. Qerarcf UAiSeri 




Dr. C7Cenne/A UorSeri 


Dr. S/epAen CJAorne 




Cflfty. C7lncfre Olefin as 


Dr. CHer6eri CJucA 




Dr. TAifip Qiffey 


Cflity. JosepA Warcf 




Dr. Cjcfmin Cffofmes 


Cfltiys. Ware £ Ware 




Dr. jfoAn Cffunter 


C71 C?riencf 




228 







CPa/rons 



75a//arin 's Castries 
Harney 7?osen 's 

JlCr. ancf Jllrs. ZJ/ncen/ !/3ar//mo 

>eau furniture 
C'/'/y 7Ya/e Qfass 
Grossman 's TKarAei 
Dairy Queen 
Z)emer 's 

'DAe A)/s-£s/a6AsAmen/ 
Or'ury 's 

f/arofcf CnriyAt 1927 
&ue's JCicfcfie SAop 
7afr/c denier 
y fans An 's 

Jfarper furniture 
Jfarry's {Jewelry 
Jfemminy Oarpeis 

Jfowarcf JoAnson's Houles 2 ancf 12 



fJoAn &cfwarc/s GfoiAiny 
A)aC7~osse £ Company 
SocAAari Oif 
JlCason CHowAiny 

TKiffer's 

JKinil SAop 

JKurniA's CRestaurani 

y^arts ^Builders 

y^e/er's Hattery 

T^ierce 's ^reenAouse 

T^orter 1 ransporiation 

y?ay 's ZJarieiy 

y?oy's ZJexaco 

SmiiA CftroiAers Office Supp/y 
Su /Avon's CPacAaye Store 
D-H^ircf CPizza 






Speciaf Z) 



onors 



Tlnwe/t Cjorpora/ion 
CJ//ofs 

Foster £ Sons 
^Jeorye li')a//ace 
^Jtacfone^s CPurm'/ure 



JffcJKanus DCooe//y 
HCetropo/itan Si'fe insurance 
S/ar C/eaners 
\Jwin City Docfye 



229 




230 



Delicious Pizzas 
and 

Hot Oven Grinders 



Call Your Order* Before You Leave Home 
They Will Be Ready On Arrival 



C & S — PIZZA HOUSE 



524 John Fitch Highway 
Tel. 342-3123 



FURNITURE 

POPULAR 
PRICES 




Ernie's Furniture Co. 

Furniture — Appliances — Carpeting 

345 Main St. Fitchburg, Mass. 

DI 3-7100 

Prop. "ERNIE" KOSKI 





232